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Midnight

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:45 PM in ,


Darkness
Across velvet midnight
Two walk hand in hand
Tonight the streets belong to us
Alone

Above
The moon sits
Shining a stairway to heaven
For a great eminent love
Below

P.S. This is an entry linked with WEEK #9 word called Midnight and is made out of a double cinquain dedicated to my husband's birthday!

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42 Comments


Well, you sure rocked this one! Nice job.

And happy birthday to your hubby! :O)


@Beth - Got the inspiration near by :) And thank you!


Happy b'day to your hubby. Wonderful Cinquain. Love Ella! Wonderful song! Wonderful post! =D


@Diana - I knew you would like it :) romantic as well! LOL


What an icon...I love this song! :)


@Maggie - the song came as fast as your ideas :))


I really like Ella Fitzgerald.
Great post, enjoyed it muchly.
Happy Birthday to your husband!


@Laura - Ella is indeed a great lady! And thank you!


This was great poem.


@Weissdorn - thank you!


Smooth! Well Done!

Joyce
http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2011/07/gbe2-midnight.html


@Joyce - your approach is great!


Apparently this one was just under the surface waiting for the right prompt? Very, very nicely done.


What a wonderful poem and tribute to the love you hold for your husband!


@Jo - you can say that again!
@Divalounge - yes, I guess I will give this as a gift on his birthday :)


What a wonderful tribute to the love that you share with your husband!

Thanks for sharing it with the Positivity Group!


@Marian - thank you for dropping by!


Am I particularly unobservant or is this a brand new blog layout, Claudia? If so, you've been working hard.

Beautiful words! Hope you have a WONDERFUL holiday and a super time celebrating all the birthdays, including your dear husbands!


@Desiree - you are absolutely right, had some time today and played a bit with the background. Glad you like it! And I can't wait for our break!


Hi Claudia. I noticed your new blog look immediately and really like it. I love Ella Fitzgerald as well. Lovely words from you today. Happy birthday to your lovely husband, Peter. Have a lovely holiday.


Love Ella. What a voice. Happy Birthday to Hubby!!!!!! Great look to the blog too!


@Diane & Barb - thank you, I did some experimenting today :=) Will tell him, it is in 2 days :)


I loved this poem---it so illustrates the excitement of love!!

Cheers, Jenn


Wow
that was amazing and thanks for sharing.


Love the new look of your blog! Happy Birthday to Hubby! I love the poem, it is very romantic.


Wow, awesome poem!!

Kathy
http://www.thetruckerswife.com/


Its SMOOCHIN TIMEz!!! great post!!


@Jenn - that is a great description!
@Frizzy- thank you as well!
@Belle - will tell him!
@Kathy - thank you for your words of appreciation
@Brenda - blush blush!!!


Beautiful poem!


This was a very sweet dedication. Loved it!


I love Ella. Her voice is like velvet and so soothing.

Love your romantic cinquain about you and your hubby. Hope he enjoys his birthday.


@Jennifer - thank you, I got easily inspired!
@Beachlover - thank you, it was!
@Cathy - I love Ella as well.
@My Train Wreck - happy then!


Beautiful...thank you for sharing!


Bravo, great job. And happy birthday to the hubs.


@Susan & Langley - thank you, we had a wonderful time!


I LOVE Ella Fitzgerald! The song is a great accompaniment to your poem. Great job!


@Darlene - I love her voice as well!


Smooth. :-)


@Eccentricity - this reminds me of Smooth Operator by Sade, do you know the song?


That was beautiful, really touching. I envy your ability to write poetry!


@Gil - thank you!

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