In the Night

This is a sonnet that I wrote in Creative Writing class where the last few words were already chosen out to follow the rhyme scheme ababcdcdefefgg.

In the night the air is never quiet

Hidden from sight two heartfelt lovers kiss

Once the wind stirs, the leaves start a riot

In the night the moon stares into abyss

The stars whisper loudly to the trees

And the air is full of the heat of June

In the night the world comes to life; growing peas

And in a chair someones eating a prune

The rich eat dinner with their best crystal

And angry brawls are starting in red bars

In the night shots are freed from a pistol

And loud songs come alive from a guitar

But as the questions start being brooded

The lively June night becomes concluded


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