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  A Night's Silence
by William Bonilla
Monday, February 09, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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A night’s silence





I couldn’t wait till tomorrow

For its not promised to me

I had to see you tonight

So I may drift to a heavenly


To dream of your loveliness.


The wind

was whispering your name

My life on earth

Will never be the same.


A breath of wild flower’s


Electrified my senses

As my mind

Revisit those moments

We laid among

The Green clovers

In the fertile meadows

Where the unicorn prances.


You I embraced

In my loving arms

As we awe

At unforgettable



Waiting for the silvery

Pale blue moon’s rays

To bath our nakedness


under the mighty oak

By the sereneness

Of the silent stream

Softly passes us by.


The beat of our hearts


The creatures of the night

As their silence

Became deafening.



By : William Bonilla













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Reviewed by Johanna Fields 3/31/2009
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/16/2009
How many have lost their virginity in such a setting. Great imagery in this romantic poem about lovers in the heat of the night under a pale moon.
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 2/15/2009
Wow William, the poem takes my breath away! Its sensual and romantic with great imagery....M
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 2/14/2009
I like the magical touches in your imagery. Romance never dies in an imagination such as yours. Beautiful poem.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 2/11/2009
William, romantic and beautiful as ever. Not sure if I agree with the Reader James Garry that has commented below. Out of a 200 I give it a 201! Not quite sure what a Wheelman named Bo has to do with your poem, but I know a Goddess that would love to be in your warm embrace kissing your passionate lips and seeing her soul in your eyes.
Love this poem, William and as always you leave me wanting more....
Peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by James Garry (Reader) 2/11/2009
Out of a score of 200 "I" scored it a "151".
Shades of the doorway of a past life that was generally care free and idealic.
A life of looking down through a mirror upon those changelings of one's past.
A past that included the stale coffee and sadden cigarettes of life being spewed upon those unsuspecting changelings in a kennel of dog 10.
Much has been written of the "Wheelman" once known as "Bo"
and his nightly rounds with his cart of plenty
The cart filled quickly as "Bo" moved on
Each grey box yeilding its bag "Booty"

He was quick and he was sure
and left the saves empty.
The bags and the hooks
not at all very tempting.

The vault did await the procedes of day
As Bo ran and wheeled the night away.
The elevators waited as Bo toiled and spun
The bags were a flyin, the cart on the run.

Rifles at the ready, dogs ahead as a rule
one floor at a time, radios speaking true
The night is not over til the vault is filled 'n through

A very nice time in our lives.
Jim Garry
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 2/11/2009
Excellent poem,I enjoy reading it,take care

Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 2/11/2009
smooth as a phat beauties bottom William, you and I seem to love writing this romantic verse, tight on brother
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 2/11/2009
Enchantingly romantic offering, William...beautiful!
peace and love, Carole~
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 2/10/2009
..very peacful,,,the silence of the night. Charming and romantic!
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 2/9/2009
Magically romantic!
Reviewed by 000 000 2/9/2009
Truly magical and romantic words!

A perfect evening
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/9/2009
You are such a romantic that I find it hard to believe that your past was in such a hard, thankless job in the NYPD...ed
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 2/9/2009
Methinks you are not the street hardened ex-policia we know you are, but an old romantic. Your words always portray soft romantic scenarios. Maybe it was the streets that brought out your gentler side. Sweet dreams.....

Reviewed by Bonnie May 2/9/2009
Very passionate and compassionate write William for it let us in and made us feel what you were experiencing...lovely and hugs, Bonnie
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 2/9/2009
I swear William I could read your words over and over and never tire. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/9/2009
Your passionate pen shines like the moon here, D'Artagnan.
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 2/9/2009

Such a wonderful and colorful write expressing your love.

Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/9/2009
a lovely poem
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 2/9/2009
D'Artagnan, Musketeer de la Reine, as romantics writes go, you haven't yet found one with enough combat experience to tell you en-garde! ! !
My friend, you are melting the girls hearts, leave something to us, please?


Reviewed by Liana Margiva 2/9/2009
Very romantic and beautiful!!!!!!!!!! 'The wind was whispering your name'...-------I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva

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