Dear Twilight

When the twilight draws near,

Illuminations slowly disappear.

The sun gently sets in the west,

As it plans for a short-term rest.

Darkness emanates far and wide,

Dwelling ascetically in the outside,

Silhouettes define earth’s beauty,

Calming the drained mind and body.

Sunset makes me miss the light,

Where hope is apparent in sight.

But when the moon smiles at me,

Disappointments then turn to glee.

The sundown allows us to see the stars,

A plain reverie for those behind the bars,

Let’s appreciate the splendor of twilight.

By wandering in this acreage full of might.

© Lebana 2018

Anabel Raymundo

All Rights Reserved.

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