Tag Archives: Morning

YAWN AND STRETCH THIS DAY

Yawn. Look ahead beyond the dawn to this one day. See what’s to do on your bright way, the things quite apt (or not) to pay. And then, begin to stretch and move and work and play. . . For, … Continue reading

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COLORS OF THE RAINBOW COME IN YOUR EYE

Colors of the rainbow come in your eye from the time of day you rise, you wake, and grow aware, for one more fresh, clean get-go! Some days, it seems, hues enter quick– the whole bright spectrum opens big and … Continue reading

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SUNDAY– A DAY TO LIVE– IT’S NOW

Sunday. . . It’s chill. . . it’s peaceful. . . it is fun– a day to live– it’s now. . . twixt dawn this morn and set this eve– right now. . . if we would pick a day … Continue reading

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THE SUN COMES UP ANEW

When sun comes up and stubborn sleeps you rub out from your eyes, and then, you stretch, your back you scratch. . . and, after a few early breaths, you sigh some long and waking sighs, and make a plan … Continue reading

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SEEN FROM TWISTING EARTH

Day cedes to dusk. . . dusk blues to night. . . floating points arranged in necklaces and shapes and joints of far star light. . . a rimming white blends in ink blue sky as night begins to end, … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF A HALF AN HOUR

What the human you can do, even when a little loath to, in just a half an hour abuts what a drop of morning dew can do to moisten, glisten, and wash dust off the thirsty petals of a morning … Continue reading

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WHEN DAY SHOWS JUST A SQUINT OF LIGHT

The peak of reign of night– the winter solstice– the time when day shows just a squint of light, and on come rain and snow and wet, and leaves have dropped, so trees’ guise shows oh so much like death, … Continue reading

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