HOW TO STAR GAZE
When night swims in the depths of dark,
go out in warmth, so be you dressed,
and find a field that yields no light.
Take one sweet of heart beloved
and stroll with fingers linked. Climb
upon a grassy knoll where scents
of green earth spill, and there lay
you down upon pillows, rest.
Be far from city lights shone bright
so that every chilled ice-ringed
diamond sings joyful hallelujah
from the depths of heavens far.
Written for Poetic Asides, AprPAD Day 8: “Write an Instruction Poem”