Come in from the Midnight

Come in from the Midnight

A Poem by Rie Sheridan Rose
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Something jotted down in September...

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It is warm and peaceful here

in the silken oblivion of sleep.

Come in from the midnight

and into my waiting arms.

I will hold you safe against

the darkness till the sunrise.

We will whisper

our fantasies and

cuddle like children,

secure in the moonlight

because we entwine.

Our bed a raft

against the dark,

we ride out the night,

together forever.


© 2008 Rie Sheridan Rose



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Reminds me of the little boy fishing off of the crescent moon, very sweet with a hint of "oh my God he is going to fall!" Beautiful style and pace; well put together.

Posted 4 Years Ago


This is so wonderful and warm.
A beuatiful write.

Posted 7 Years Ago


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such lovely words, with a touch of innocence... i loved it.


Posted 9 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

a bed of raft, very invitingly of lovers, ---muah! ---mishel

Posted 9 Years Ago


2 of 2 people found this review constructive.


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Rie Sheridan Rose
Rie Sheridan Rose

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I'm a Texas girl, born and bred. I have a bachelor's degree in Technical Theater, and another in Asian Studies. Learning is one of my favorite hobbies. :) I am the eldest of four sisters, and that was.. more..

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