STARLIT SHORE

Warm breezes waft,
a windward caress on this
night of endless stars.
Flickering pokes into
the shrouded black night,
leaving blurbs of light
to illuminate the sand
and star-crossed lovers,
finding their passion skip
along the rippled glass
in star light’s most fervent dance.

© Walter J. Wojtanik – 2016

Poetic Asides April Poem-A-Day Challenge – Day #22: “STAR ______”
Also presented at dVerse Poet’s Quadrille 8 – “Skip”
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7 thoughts on “STARLIT SHORE

  1. Love this! “night of endless stars. Flickering pokes into the shrouded black night,” As a kid, I liked thinking the sky was a piece of black construction paper with holes poked into it and then held against a flashlight. This takes me back to then and my innocent view of dark heaven.

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