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Rhythm of the Night
by Susan K. de Vegter
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Whispering Live Oaks, a breeze through her moss
Cricket's legs speaking ...bug eyed and lost
Lightning bug flashing with all of her might
Listen , its calling...this rhythm of the night

Stars are exploding with brightness around
Moonbeams shooting ... rays that rebound
Silently Nighthawks brush by their prey
As evening lowers her midnight-blue shades
Its orchestrated...elated ...darkened...and faded
Its lights out...earthly shouts ...bright greens now jaded

Its stardust surrounding the comet's gold swing
Through cosmic light forces and a full moon's bright beam
Its silent love songs from clicking Raccoons
The swoosh of a Barn Owl ...the call of the Loon
Its darkened and singing with twists and a shout
All music at night time... that's what it's about

It's smothering bouquets of aromatic nectar
The splash of a shrimp in the channel...projected
It's magic you know ...illusion ...insight
Mystery rebounding, it's the rhythm of the night.

Penned by, Susan K. de Vegter

copyright, 2006 (all rights reserved)

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/12/2006
That's why they call it Rock n Roll.

I've peed on a tree or two, but I didn't know they labeled em like outhouses!

Reviewed by William Bonilla 5/10/2006
And Well Penned Too ...Susan
artistically written
like all your nature poems,
flowing with the grace
Your ink covers a blank sheet of parchment
into a masterpiece.

Love & Peace
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 5/10/2006
Fantastic capture of all that is good and right with a soft blend of honeysuckle...well done
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 5/10/2006
~~Susan~~colors alive, music in tune, owl's embrace, racoon moon.~~
~~wonderful heart in this poem~~

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/10/2006

This is gorgeous, soaring poetry, and that pic...ohhhhhhhhhhhhh. Perfect compliment to this perfect write. BRAVA!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/10/2006
susan you just keep soaring! Brava!
Reviewed by . ignis 5/10/2006
Sometimes at night

Dreams seem far away

No one near to confide

Or hear what you say

But stars high in the sky

And crikets in a tree

Still, never ask why

For your dreams will be

More real than anything

You have ever perceived

They will one time bring

Wishes in which you believed

Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/10/2006
Ahhh the secrets and the magic of night is transfixed into a house of romance in this write that paints the pictures your heart sees.

Well done my friend, is that flowers I smell in the air or your perfume?
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/10/2006
Oh this is just plain beautiful!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by A. Santo 5/10/2006
You have penned an extradorinary poem here. The magical splendor of the night is dramatically under rated in life.
I see the gifts of an evening as a celebration to the balance in creation and I hope you always find the rhythm of such essence.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/10/2006
Ah, but those rhythm's of the night always means rapture beneath the bright and voyeuristic moon.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/10/2006
The Eternal Child in you sparkles in this enetrancing and captivating Southern Night's pen..
I almost felt I was right there with you....
Love and Peace
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/10/2006
Wonderful write, Susan; very well done!

Thanks for the prayers for Karla; she can really use 'em (so could I)!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

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