You peeped in, yet again knocking,enticingly
Yesterday you were dressed blue, stars swaying across in a spray
What was it you wanted to say, whispering?
Yesterday, when you tugged that branch away
What were you up to, lingering behind like that
Yesterday, your luminosity was gentle, yet you seemed astray
Why did you smirk at the street lamp in guilt?
Yesterday, my rooftop witnessed your celestial cabaret
When did you learn such unassuming grace?
Yesterday, you peaked through your veil as the fireflies came to play
How did you stand still with a poker face?
Yesterday, when the little boy begged for the rabbit sticker you have on your face
Where else do you dare tiptoe barefoot these days?
Yesterday, you cheekily trespassed over my pathway