A Day That Is Soon Gone

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An evening scenery I captured in Saint Malo, North of France

The mix between cold and warm colors was delicious.



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Blue gold sky


A poem by Peter S. Quinn


Your fire is burning

Horizon questions why

Your evening is yearning

For a day that is soon gone

Into oblivion abyss

To carry the night on

In dreamy nocturnal kiss


All the blue gold is bound

Into your drifting clouds

Sunset of silver found

Among the streets and crowds

Love song of dusky distant

Where weaving dreams go

In to the nonexistent

Of ocean’s nightly glow


Blue gold sky

Yesterday is in your sight

When you come in sweet lullaby

In the falling off the eve light

Chariot of fire gold

Blue silver moon beyond

Nothing your dreams can hold

You are to stars whishes bond




The poem appeared on www.poemhunter.com/peter-s-quinn

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Taken on July 4, 2009