Tonight A Felicity To Witness


Tonight a felicity to witness,
As though forever
Since my eyes saw last,
And value a place so little,
Moulding puddles on the side,
Rain-kissed asphalted road,
On my pale white shoes
Splatter youthful dots of earth,
So beauty a wet urban surface,
Yet peaceful a rural dark,
Playing hide and seek,
Are stars and its queen above,
Soft cotton cloud,
Their clothing warmth,
Lamp posts sparkle my eyes,
One, three, seven,
Til I lost count,
They pass and draw
Vertical horizons,
Filling the void of land,
I close my eyes and breathe,
The humble glaze of air,
So gentle and innocent,
Caress my somber cheek,
Perhaps the way of heaven,
Embracing his daughter back,
After a day seemed too eternal
Chasing bubbles in combat.


Author: Danica Aquino

Tied the knot with performing arts since fourth grade; is an amateur writer (currently on her quest to writing her first novel); book and animal lover; always entranced by nature.

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