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The Medow at Sundown
by Christopher M Carroll

Friday, February 10, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A beautiful discription of a medow at sundown

A vast, open meadow. The world encases itself in the shape of a gleam of golden sunlight during the warm summers dusk, almost as if it were a freshly heated blanket on a cold winter’s night. As the time comes for the sun to depart, the sky transforms to a rose red beneath crimson beneath a dark, dark violet. Invaded by beauty as the evergreens line the horizon and the stars punctuating the twilight like diamonds scattered across a field of midnight sapphires. A warm wind blows, as if to keep things warm but not to disturb them. A flowers pedal, dancing across the night sky, twirling in a updraft like the spinning of a woman in a dress. A lake that was lying quietly, like a mirror of the sky, broken by the vibration of the pedals touchdown. It sends ripples across the surface as if it was a drop of serenity in the tranquil sea of time. The woman of the night, Luna, appears across the horizon, gracefully enters in a dress of silver and grey. Gracefully lighting the ground with a faint light… Peace along the meadow of life…

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Reviewed by Lee Lee Leight 3/15/2006
Sounds so reminds me of someone.... <33
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 2/10/2006
Beautiful poetic prose.
Do flowers pedal or do they have petals?
Inquiring minds want to know. it.

Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/10/2006
Chris, you project and create images that only one in tune with Nature can do...Love to watch "petals" float on the surface of any water...Seek Peace thru the Write, Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle 2/10/2006
This poem is packed with stunning images and you tell the poetic story so well that the reader can actually feel and appreciate the scenes you have brought forth in the writing. Fantastic!

Reviewed by Martin Hebert 2/10/2006
~~Christopher~very beautiful, indeed~i'll carry this vision on
tomorrows winter backpack trip~~


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