Many Starry Nights

Starry nights,

are for wishing

and for dreaming,

they’re for romancing

and dancing.


Starry nights,

so brilliant and bright,

as the stars twinkle –

merrily above.

I love to watch the show,

on windy nights,

as the clouds,

hide and uncover –

the stars one by one.

When the moon,

seems to be smiling,

as the shadows,

play with moonbeams –

he too likes what he sees.


Starry nights,

in the autumn,

as the north winds,

start to blow,

leaves blowing through the skies,

crunching  beneath my feet –

clouds sailing by.


A cold and harsh sky ,

in the winter,

when the stars,

seem like frozen crystals

and even the moonbeams –

bring no warmth.

Still beautiful,

as silvery snowflakes,

make the black sky, bright.


In the springtime,

when flowery scents,

waft on the gentle breezes,

the stars no longer in a frozen sky,

the moon now glows –

as warm as candlelight.


In the summer,

dancing  beneath,

the twinkling stars,

from moon beam to moon beam,

delighting in the shadows –

that flitter here and there.

creating shadow pictures,

as the wind,

whispers through the leaves –

like tender lullabies.



Starry nights,

were made for dreaming,

there isn’t a season,

that doesn’t provide,

a starry night,

to delight in.

So give me a starry night,

my love by my side

and soft  kisses beneath –

a moon shining bright.

Rasma Raisters
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Rasma Raisters

I am a poet and writer. I write for many different sites online. I have two published books of poems on Amazon - Poetic Thoughts Fly and On the Wings of Love.

6 thoughts on “Many Starry Nights

  • September 22, 2017 at 5:14 PM

    The stars have always been a wonder and for lovers a sense of hope and eternal love, no matter the season. Great work Rasma.

  • September 22, 2017 at 9:41 PM

    Lovely verse, Rasma. Stars hold so much wonder and joy for us. They fill our hearts with love year round.

  • September 24, 2017 at 6:45 AM

    The stars – oh how I have watched them and wonder about them over the years – lovely verse Rasma


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