By Havilande Nicollette
The wind is blowing ever so softly
Whilst my hair rustles upon my shoulder.
The light of the moon reflects off the surface of the lake
As I sit here upon the limb of a birch tree.
I look upon the mirror of the lake
And watch the many colors shine brilliantly
With a glorious light forbidden to most nights.
This night is special.
The moon has around it a circle,
Darkness is near.
I look up through the limbs of the tree
And see a ring around the moon.
The stars attempt to outshine the ring,
But the light is too brilliant to out glorify.