Midnight cascades on diamond crests of ocean,
The anthems playing like harps of midnight passion.
Beguiling rays of iridescent moon-struck wonder,
Midnight leaves its shadows and anthems diminishing.
Dare she return another eve to beguile again?
Midnight anthems never ceasing on waves of decadence.
Flowing, dreaming, beguiling and fluently mastering.
Midnight is an orchestra cascading into night’s slumber.
I am a seventy-year-old writer, having been writing over forty years. I was previously published by Catholic Digest, Our Sunday Visitor, Sisters Today, Make 4 Fun and Back Porch Magazine. I had two children’s stories published by Bread ‘N Molasses. I was the only Southern writer in the Our Sunday Visitor Christmas writing contest in 2007. I am having two children’s audio books and two articles published in 2023. Although I reside in Oregon with my daughters and two cats, I have lived most of my life in Louisiana. I also do logic puzzles and design graphics. My ‘Southern Belle’ charm comes through in my writings.