The Night

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The Night

The Night

As the night inherits the sky and the earth from the day
The stars gleam, brightening the obscurity of the sky
A thick mist covers forests and gardens, caressing flowers and leaves
Dark green tints tinge forest trees and meadows
The misty moon overlooks the bluish-purple landscape
The silence reigns supreme among the softness of the blooming flowers
The beauty of nature and the purity of the blossoms are daunting
The dark blue sky is dotted with glinting stars
Shards of previous sensations and glimpses of ephemeral happiness crowd into my mind
A calm and deafening silence pervades the tenebrous darkness
The reflection of the moon shines on the silvery surface of lakes and rivers
The obliviousness of the night blends with the mysterious bewilderment of sublimity
Beauty lies in the concealment of secrets.
Esther Racah

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