Divinely Rising Sun

Familial Gatherings
             Divinely Rising Sun
 
Dawn you get up to a glimpse of first light little before sunrise
Pastel old rose you see as you look out the window eyelids sticky
The same shade spread you saw a little past sunset day before
And yellow orange setting sun as it rises comes out the same color
 
Before too long you hear the all familiar sweet morning songs
Of Mother Nature helpers out from their roosting sanctuaries
Joyfully chirping “good morning” to all creatures near and far
Cacophonous yet at times rhythmic metered rhymed as well
 
Before too long the soft sunlight gracefully blankets your home
Plays shades and shadows interstitially to nooks and crannies
Like a breeze would on a cool morning wafting a whiff of the first
Fragrances of awakening smiling flowers stretching their petals
 
Reached for the morning paper you saw squirrel merrily nut munching
You deep breathed fresh air exhaled a rainbow mist squirrel stood still
Ah... such morning glory things you love to break a new day with are there
Coffee made better by familial gatherings as the sun divinely rises
 
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(C)NDR10.1.2017
Photo: ndr Dawn from my window

Another sleepless night into dawn.

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Robert L. Martin
circa 2 anni

I love the way you describe the daily routines. Makes mine seem like fun.

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
circa 2 anni

Thank you Robert. Daily routines make the day for you. Help you big time without reinventing things every new day. Glad you like.

Vic
circa 2 anni

Like!

Nelson D Reyes
Nelson D Reyes
circa 2 anni

Thanks Brod. Nature is always there for us to talk to and they respond in all different shades of colors and fragrances sometimes annoyances twenty four seven. Fantastic they've been since creation! If only we respond appropriately.

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