Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Poem Tuesdays; Twillight/A gypsy

Poem Tuesdays is back, and in this week I have found a beautiful poem by Scott Fitzgerald.

Come, wander where the firefly gleams;
Night's mingling with day.
Come soon for all the summer beams
Fade slowly away.
Night will burn you with its kisses;
Day will charm you with its eyes,
I'm waiting for the twilight time
Where mystery lies.

Love's sweeter in the afterglow
Born over the years;
Red roses when their beauties go
Hold laughter and tears.
Gold is fading in the yellow,
Yellow melting into gray;
Eve's perfumed with jessamine.
Farewell to the day.

Have a great Tuesday!

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