Nothing Can Play Tonight Again

The world is so safe,
We can lay down at riverside
Pointing those stars
Of the late summer night.
The cool breeze rhymes
The half moonlight.
Nothing can play
Again tonight.

Even I felt fine to stroll alone along the river at night, someone could surprise me more. Laying on grass for stars where the street is just across the river. It is wonderful how to feel the world so safe now. I wish I did that too. Although, I don’t, I memorize this moment forever.

# 130

Daily prompt: memorize

Place: Kamogawa, Sanjo, Kyoto

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My Last Golden Gate Trip

Crossing the same bridge, holding the same note,
I looked up to the sky but that eyes,
Surprisingly, came with open smile.
Crossing the bridge, holding the note written,
“I won’t jump if at me, one person smiles”
This world has the light somewhere, I survive.
Crossing the same bridge, holding the same note,
I looked up to the sky but you smiled.

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Hidden Summer Pleasure

The fierce sunlight beams
Through the seam of filmed window.
The tapered milky way
Of dust floats and glows.
Drops of iced tea sweat
Slowly running down.
The bright blue sky
With barely moving clouds.

The faint breeze sweeps
Into the seam of soul.
Wandering the wonderful moment
When life can be slow.
Both mind and body
Flush by hidden dreams and heat.
In beautiful summer,
Time unfolds its pleats.

Daily Prompt: Hidden

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