|Peanut by twilight garden|
"But soft! what [Twi]light [Garden] through yonder window breaks?"
The gardener softly shuts off the light and out of doors her way she makes.
Daylight fades and night begins to fall but just before it does,
The gardener takes the cap from off the camera lens and blows away the Peanut fur and fuzz,
'Cause camera obscura is not the tack she wants to take
as flowers show their peak.
The gardener's figure softly hides in twilight's cloak,
and softly does she sneak
To savor and to archive twilight's bloom for future garden plan.
Whilst present, pleasant, daytime life is fat and full and may be whipped up cream,
"O blessed, blessed night! I am afeard,
Being in night, all [that] this is [we've learned from life thus far may be nothing]
but a dream..."
(Words in quotes, it's true, are gathered from bits and pieces of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet,
but those in brackets and all the rest come from Walk2Write, direct to you, via blog and Internet.)