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Late Night Memories

And every night a thought strikes my mind
Whether I live or not live for another day,
I shall endeavor to reveal before I die
To say the things I could never say.

Stars twinkle as I close my eyes
My mind revolves around my dream
Stop me not to take my leap
Stop me not, let me follow my whim.

Will I survive this terrible storm
That’s carrying me away day by day
I am lost traveler in an empty land
Stop me not, let me find my way.

I am a fly-bird, I want to fly
Maybe I shall never return
Even if my wings catch fire
In it’s flame, let me burn.

A paved path leads a known land
What if I follow the mosses?
But maybe one day I shall shine
I am ready to bear all it’s losses.

Every night as my eyes close down
I can see a crowd of people, how happy are they
I can hear a thousand cheers calling my name
And that’s my dream, that’s my way!

So hey guys! Just wrote down a poetry. These are my 3 a.m. thoughts that suddenly arrived at 2 a.m. today and as I am not still in my bed so I thought to verse things down. Not putting an aim this time cause I have no idea how things will go. So if your kind eyes have led their way to my blog and have already reached the end (Don’t fool me. If you are reading this I know you have reached the end!), do me a favor and tap the like button!

Published by skylinerise

In search of life...

18 thoughts on “Late Night Memories

    1. Thank you soooo much vani๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š. This was the first time I wrote down a poetry and I was so confused yesterday if my people would like it! But you showered so much love!! I am overwhelmed โค๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค—

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  1. This is a beautiful poem with a significant amount of amazing imagery.
    “I shall endeavor to reveal before I die
    To say the things I could never say.”
    That’s what your poetry does, so sleep well

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