Night rolls in like the Tide – by – Sarah M. Zang

Today I would like to introduce this beautiful poem by Sarah M Zang:

Night rolls in like the Tide

Night rolls in like the tide.
Mist laden and certain
it reigns over the land.
Vagrant moonbeams make surf
on fields freshly greened.

A distant whistle caught in the fog
swirls like old memories
of mornings spent in the rain.
Saturated, the lawn has grown wild
with tall grass

but that’s just the train whistle talking.
The crickets are singing.
I pull my sweater tighter around me
uncertain if I’m resisting a yearning
to fly or to swim in search of Atlantis.

Poem courtesy and copyright Sarah M Zang, May 9th, 2020

If you would like to read more of Sarah’s beautiful poetry, please visit her at
Pitching Pennies Poetry or at The Peaceful Pub . I am sure she would love to hear from you!

Enjoy the read, and take care ❤

16 Replies to “Night rolls in like the Tide – by – Sarah M. Zang”

    1. Thank you , Billimarie, and you are welcome , it’s my pleasure to share Sarah’s beautiful poem.
      How lovely to hear from you, it has been a long time! Wonderful to connect again.
      Take care! ,
      Francina

    1. Thank you , dear Resa. I full hearty agree with you on Sarah’s poem.
      Somehow your comment ended it my spam.. weird. Take care ❤ ❤

  1. The Sarah M Zang poem, of Night rolls in like the tide, is a gem, worthy of flying to Atlantis, if but for the privilege of continuing to read her.
    Though I suppose the less adventurous way of simply following her will serve the purpose of a mere earthling such as I… Therefore, chapeau, Sarah M Zang !

    1. Thank you , dear Jean-Jacques , for your wonderful comment on Sarah’s poem.
      I am sure she would appreciate to hear from you !
      Take care! , Francina

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