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Come in from the Midnight

Come in from the Midnight

A Poem by Rie Sheridan Rose

Something jotted down in September...


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 5 Years Ago

This is so wonderful and warm.
A beuatiful write.

Posted 9 Years Ago

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

Posted 10 Years Ago

2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

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

Posted 10 Years Ago

2 of 2 people found this review constructive.

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Added on June 17, 2008


Rie Sheridan Rose
Rie Sheridan Rose


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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