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Nights Alone on Main Street

Main Street Richmond

By April Denise StuartPublished 3 years ago 1 min read
Nights Alone on Main Street
Photo by Lux Productions on Unsplash

At night,

The lights bright,

Walking through Main Street,

Downtown Richmond,

The River District,

Is beautiful,

The Capital of our Commonwealth,

Is a city to dream of,

The lights gleam on the James,

The rushing waters,

I hope can be tame,

Shockoe is illumined,

So is the canal,

The district is alive,

With a vibrant view,

The lights I wish,

Would have different hues,

The streets often busy,

When the sun takes a dive,

It is usually,

After the clock strikes five,

People coming and going,

Up and down Main Street,

I smile,

As I walk down the way,

Thinking about the James River,

Oh how neat,

If you visit Richmond,

Walk down Main Street,

See the city,

With a lively beat.

By Lux Productions on Unsplash

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About the Creator

April Denise Stuart

I have been writing for awhile and love to share my writing with others. I enjoy writing about Virginia as well as miscellaneous topics.

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