La Noche – A Poem

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

Iridescent twilight strides like a wooing peacock’s train,

Confidently hovering over la noche’s blue celestial terrain.

Twilight coaxes Sunset to extend her golden slipper tour,

For the sake of adoring hearts uplifted by her gilded star.

Car horns fitted in halogen coats and rubber pumps, crow.

Denizens from the city night buses glow under streetlight,

One curtsies into the night. Two signal skyward at a light,

Perhaps aware the flickering sight, is an orbiting satellite.

Pumpkin street-washing carriages materialize at midnight,

Their many horses tredding on any ideas of sleeping tight.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

25 thoughts on “La Noche – A Poem

    1. Glad you enjoyed the imagery. And yes, there was a lot going on😊. Not much sleep but it did birth the poem…so its all good in that sense, for me. Blessings on your day. Cheers


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