Béla Török – “Blue Moon”

November 15, 2010 § 2 Comments

Glimmering, shimmering, fantastical hues
Night watchman watching the grays and the blues

Azure and cobalt so framed by the dark
And there hangs that orb like a lone patriarch

Flittering, jittering thoughts running through
As softly repeating Swing songs set the mood

And with coffee “just right” from a thermos in plaid
The watchman just whispers, “night shift’s not so bad!”

Copyright 2010 Gloria Jean Dewitt

Art By: Béla Török is an incredible Hungarian photographer. You can find his work at Red Bubble and his greeting cards are both affordable and spectacular!

Words By: Jean Dewitt (aka Glory Jean Dewitt) .  My poetry is on: Bonanza

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