Just some thoughts:
Recently as I pulled from my drive the sun was coming up about the time the night was leaving. Which by the way is a pretty site in itself. The meeting of night and day. A song came on my car cd player that brought a memory and some thoughts. The song was made popular by Shirley Owens, Doris Coley, Addie Harris, Beverly Lee, “The Shirelles.”
As the song played, a line came on, a line that asked a question. The question was preceded with the line: “When the night meets the morning sun.” The song asked that when the night meets the morning sun, “Will you still love me?”
A rather direct question I think one would agree. Interesting as evidently the question was now asking how valid is what was said earlier in the evening. Back during the dark of night and now with the light of day what are the feelings? Was one going to forget or no longer feel the same as they had said in the dark of night?
Often one forgets or for other reasons chooses to no longer feel in the light of day as they did during the dark of night.
Carole King wrote a classic song that can ask a very important question in one’s life:
“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”
Sadly a lot of things can change from the… dark of night to the light of day.
Ever had any experiences with such? What was said in the dark of night…. no longer so…… when the night meets the day.
June 22, 2017
Posted September 13, 2018