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Monday, January 24, 2011

Princess of the Night

Illustration by:  Anne Anderson 1930's
as shared over at Monday's Child: fare of face

Princess of the Night

The princess sits up in her castle height,
Watching over children within the night,
She drapes the moon with her veil slight,
With bat wings gifting her to sing of flight.

She inspires imaginations, too, to write,
Of wings and glory, demons she can fight,
For children need to see with sight,
The things their hearts bring forth to right.

Watching over children within the night,
She inspires imaginations, too, to write.

Petrina Lesko
January 2011

This poem and others can be found linked over at Monday's Child: fare of face.  This site, offered up by bkmackenzie has offered a wonderful place to share with other poets and future poets, the children, verse that will hopefully inspire the young ones with our world of poetry.  Please stop by and offer your support today, and encouragement for such a wonderful venue.  Thank you to all of you who have participated thus far, and a special thank you to you, bkmackenzie.


9 comments:

Claudia said...

draping the moon - i like this!

signed...bkm said...

Oh thank you so much...the number of people that have commented today as been so heartwarming...it is writers like you that inspire me and tell me Yes...continue...thank you Petrina....bkm

liv2write2day said...

Lovely images.

lightverse said...

I love the stress on imagination! I so enjoy it when I hear and see the fruits of it from children of any age! Lovely poem!

ds said...

This is perfect. Quite inspiring! Thank you.

Steve Isaak said...

Good, catchy flow.

Sumit Sarkar said...

This is a very cute poem..
and inspiring too :)

Brian Miller said...

children need those watchers in the night...very nice.

kathew said...

lovely poem- watching over children.