Features
6.24.18: a rebel alliance of quality content
our facebook page our twitter page intrepid media feature page rss feed
FEATURES  :  GALLERYhover for drop down menu  :  STUDIOhover for drop down menu  :  ABOUThover for drop down menu sign in

quiet night
a posthumous poem
by michael d. driscoll
6.18.01
writing

Quiet breezes in the night.
Quiet cricket's quiet song.
Quiet strands of clean moonlight.
Quiet bluff and quiet sea.
Quiet whispers in the night.
Quiet hands that softly touch.
Quiet lips that now unite.
Quiet words unsaid.

Song of my heart, be quiet still.
Sorry that burns in my soul.
Love is here on a quiet hill.
Despair that burns in my soul.

Quiet breezes in the night.
Quiet lovers' quiet grasp.
Quiet will and quiet might.
Quiet unison.

--Posthumous poem by Whitney W. Smith written 3/18/1951


ABOUT MICHAEL D. DRISCOLL

Curious about everything, Michael plans to do it all. A ruffian by day and a lover by night he's managed to go where no one else has gone. His slight forgetfulness means he is curious about everything and plans to do it all. A ruffian by day and a lover by night he's managed...

more about michael d. driscoll

IF YOU LIKED THIS COLUMN...

spam doesn't play well with others
the worstest writing on the web explained here
by michael d. driscoll
topic: writing
published: 5.8.00


www (web writing woes)
the web writer is an entirely different animal
by michael d. driscoll
topic: writing
published: 1.1.00





COMMENTS

no discussion for this column yet.



Intrepid Media is built by Intrepid Company and runs on Dash