SuziCate's Musings

In The Ease Of Night

Evening falls

Like a gown slipping

Quietly and effortlessly

Across a golden oak floor

Stars sparkle and dance

Like crystal shimmers

Of a ballroom chandelier

Night eases in and swaddles

Beneath celestial guard of Luna

Bodies tire and surrender

To the visit of Sandman

Until he is whisked away

By the diamond glint of morn

That bursts forth

Like a rushing spring



Comments on: "In The Ease Of Night" (24)

  1. Beautiful picture…
    and a lovely poem to glorify it’s beauty 🙂

  2. ‘Evening falls

    “Like a gown slipping

    Quietly and effortlessly

    Across a golden oak floor”

    Those are some of the most subtly sexy lines I have ever read!

  3. Great imagery throughout the poem, in particular ballroom light and nature. Very strong ending, definitely some spice in this one.

  4. This is very fitting as I prepare for bed–a little added peace to my slumber. 🙂 Love the imagery.

  5. nature is our common ground here..everything about it is just magnificent! you managed the beautiful elements of nature very well in your poem..touched and clapping my hands for you..:) quite a picture too..:) love it all!

  6. This was almost like a lullabye (until the end, that is!)

    Nice One Shot, SuziCate!

  7. Sweet phrasing here. Velvety.

  8. What an imagery…well done!


  9. Good, indelible imagery utilized in this: good piece!

  10. Dancing in the dark until morning. Sparkly and detailed. Liked it.

  11. What fine imagery! And what lovely words to complement it!
    Gee… the charms held in each day and every night! (sigh)
    May it always continue..

  12. A great image that you have created through your words.. I liked it so much…

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay

  13. gorgeous. thats the suitable most word for this beautiful poem.

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