Nightingale! O, Nightingale! (L'œuvre de Natuer I)

Nightingale! O, Nightingale! (L'œuvre de Natuer I)

A Poem by Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
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...just the first poem in the collection.

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Nightingale, Nightingale,

O, how graceful it moves,

Lurking,

Stalking,

Adhering your every move.

What they don't know,

the Nightingale observes.

It often spectulates upon arrival,

like a guardian angel perhaps.

 

Nightingale, Nightingale,

Take a trip with me.

Graze,

Graze the wheat fields,

on a summer night.

It is free,

free to roam this land.

Sing Nightingale sing,

melodiously sing.

O, how I wish

I could also run my fingers

through its soft russet feathers.

 

Evermore,

You are adorn,

Nightingale! O, Nigtingale!

© 2010 Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)


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Lovely and vivid. Very professional. I also like the title, how it's repetitive and the French.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Ah dont we all wish we could fly

Posted 8 Years Ago


Impressive, such outstanding and vivid imagery, like the positive tone to this, mixed in with a little longing to be free to go with the nightingale.

Posted 8 Years Ago


wow, the imagery here was fantastic. i feel the nightingale represents someone who's reached a higher pinnacle, and you're asking them the show you the way there. anyways, this was beautiful, and thanks for the add!

Posted 9 Years Ago


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Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)
Nate E. Flake (Cösmic Wönder)

Where The Wild Things Are, CA



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just started writing poetry, a way of art to express myself, to release my emotions I enjoy the works of Walt Whitman, E.E. Cummings, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Dubois, William Ernest Henley, Ernest H.. more..

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