A Poem by David Kaminsky

A forgettable fading..


The silent echo of a summer breeze,
The faint smell of exotic flowers fill the night air,
The moon shines against the lake, 
Slowly drifting,
Slowly fading. 

The breeze rattles and shakes the deep green leaves, 
The bright orange daffodils,
The sea green waves of the ocean. 

You sit and stare into the night sky,
Overwhelmed by the aroma of summer,
Of the breathtaking beauty around you,
And you wake up, 
Restless and drowsy,
It was all just a dream. 

© 2010 David Kaminsky

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I really enjoyed this write, This is well written.

Posted 12 Years Ago

"You sit an stare into the night sky" ah, just a minor error, you forgot the "d" at the end of "an".

it's simple, though I would have liked to see a little more detail. but that's just my personal preference. I gorge myself on detail.
But it's a very clean-cut write.

some things are too good to be true. they don't ever really last.

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Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on June 15, 2010
Last Updated on June 17, 2010
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