Nightly singers

Nightly singers

A Poem by Geo Lawrence
"

they do their part at night

"
see the stars beyond our reach
 and listen to their songs
 what do they tell you?
 
 the city's cacophony rules the day
 but they grace the night
 with their twinkling notes

 tis a wonder to behold
 tis a heavenly lullaby
 tis food for my soul

© 2014 Geo Lawrence


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I'm surprised, Udeokechukwu, that you haven't had a review for this poem. I like it very much. It isn't very long but it's very beautiful. The imagery an the word choice is good. I also like the night and the sounds that comes with it. You have described this feeling very well. :)

Rudi

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Geo Lawrence

6 Years Ago

Thank you very much for your kind review. Happy new year!



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This is remarkable. I agree with Rudi, it deserves more reviews. The musicality is striking and the diction, as always, is perfect. The imagery paints a very vivid picture of the nocturnal beauty of the stars and other nightly bodies. Good job.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Geo Lawrence

6 Years Ago

M~kT, a thousand thanks for your time spent in reading...
I'm surprised, Udeokechukwu, that you haven't had a review for this poem. I like it very much. It isn't very long but it's very beautiful. The imagery an the word choice is good. I also like the night and the sounds that comes with it. You have described this feeling very well. :)

Rudi

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Geo Lawrence

6 Years Ago

Thank you very much for your kind review. Happy new year!

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Added on November 3, 2014
Last Updated on November 23, 2014
Tags: music, stars, night, beauty

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Geo Lawrence
Geo Lawrence

Enugu, Enugu, Nigeria



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My writings will nudge you into a trance of introspection. Beware dear reader, for each letter is laced in a spell to hold sway over your attention until there is nothing left to read. more..

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