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midNight

the sky opens her dotted
bodice to reveal space,
only to those robbed of sleep.

tonight, as the wee small
hours came and went
i stole numerous glances

at her torrid display.
my wanton mistress –
sly, tawdry, and lovely.

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8 thoughts on “midNight

  1. This is a very moving poem. I like all three stanzas. You have a gift, which enable you to express your ideas in very visual ways. The ending is lovely to and unpredictable. I have only one thought, and it may not bother you as it is, but I stumbled on the cliché of wee small hours. Otherwise I think it’s brilliant. If it weren’t for Sinatra’s, Wee Small Hours of the Morning song, it probably wouldn’t be a cliché at all. Great poem, nonetheless

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