Tag Archives: Sunrise

MOURNING AND JOY

The still air carries the mournful sound of a lone flute. A symphony lurks between the feathers in the flutter of a bird as it springs into flight. The oars stroke through reflective dark water ripples sound like wet whispers … Continue reading

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SUN STAY

Another day, another blank slate that will be beautifully filled in its and my own way– from sun up to sun down, the into-night segue.

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HOPE DWELLS

Hope dwells a low streak of light bent across the land as I say goodbye to this embered day, but then finds its new points to rest and shine in the winking stars, though few pierce through loud city lights … Continue reading

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