"Autumn Night" by Paul Payne

by Paul T. Payne
(Hixson, Tennessee)

As wings of gold and green fly high,
And whisper gently climbs the sky.

While moon doth lift above the moor,
And cool wind blows on hither fire.

So clench my hand so tight in thine,
When soon the stars begin to shine.

For just as bright as embers burn,
My simple heart doth surely yearn.

Sleep tight my love, for I am thine,
Whilst quiet now, sleeps morning vine.

And softly falls the stream like wine,
To touch your lips as light doth shine.

For gently lifts the morning frost,
No sooner gone, night's shadows lost.

So bid me wake through morning dew,
Of nature's shafts of golden hue.

For here we lie in splendor bed,
Of autumn leaves of orange and red.

So begins a day anew,
Till morrow's night I dream of you.




Comments for "Autumn Night" by Paul Payne

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Apr 26, 2016
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
THANKS
by: Anonymous

A GREAT JOB THANKS FOR SHARING IT. GOOD LUCK ON ANY FURTHER WRITINGS.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Romantic Poems.

   


Search Here for Poetry



Click here if you love us! Follow Me on Pinterest