Midnight Run


I drove into the night with all my might.

The fire in my engines burned with desire.

While the cool of darkness hid the fire.

But my Black Steed shown in the light,

Reflected from the fire in the night.


My wheels were burning a familiar path,

Down tired highways, in their aftermath.

Yet the fire in me, burned true and new,

And took me to the tranquility of you.

Copyright 1993 © Ronald W. Hull



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