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Nowhere Can The Golden Light Stay

As night birds call softly to the sky cicadas and crickets noisily singing as the golden hour slowly drifts by.

Nowhere Can The Golden Light Stay is a short poem written by Ken Allan Dronsfield and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme Catharsis: Healing Through Narrative for the month of June

 

Nowhere Can The Golden Light Stay

 

Ken Allan Dronsfield, Twilight-350054b6

 

In the waning moments of twilight

As night birds call softly to the sky

cicadas and crickets noisily singing

as the golden hour slowly drifts by.

Baby kit foxes look on in amazement

sudden silence at the end of the day

a lone mouse sits, watching the radiance

for nowhere can the golden light stay.

 

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