I love how this poem embraces night and then points out that in the daylight, it is so much harder to hide anything from yourself. Usually I think, as poets, we tend to feel the other way around. So I love this spin on it. (I really hope this comment is making sense.)
wow, that was really beautiful and moving, simple, yet not overly so, and the over all tone of the piece was mournful, yet loving. This really peaked my interest, if you don't mind sharing, what is the story behind this poem?