Shades Of Purple - Poem by Justin Gildow

The night has fallen
The echoes and unearthly pathos have come calling
The streets are empty tonight
And you look so pretty
With those flowers in your hair
The musty smell fills the air

The night is full, in shades of purple
Your hand in mine
We watch the clouds roll by
In the dark purple sky

By the night sea
Everything will be peaceful as can be
The ferryman is waiting for you and me
And so we come aboard
And we are taken through the quiet tunnels, lullaby streams, and peaceful waterways
And toward a star kissed, star blessed, star dusted destination
Especially on this night covered in shades of purple

Poems by Justin Gildow

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