Day Breaks

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: February 19, 2018

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Breaking and tearing the darkness by gentle slate

The warmest orange yolk spreads on that higher blue plate!

What are those dark yet white streaks in sky’s lap?

Oh that’s clouds’ flying kiss marks left unwrapped!

And wait where those tiny mischievous winkers are?

Oh where are you? Twinkle twinkle little star!

Height of brutality that furious sun has got

Unstitched the intermittent beauty with its fiery blot!

That gentle attack is right in the sky’s heart

Plucking the stars, the light wouldn’t dash and dart!

Slowly and gradually, it would spread its wings

People would get up with the song of tings and dings!

Oh they’re calling it a daybreak; wishing Good morning

Remember that Shines weren’t belittling or scorning,

Despite of the fact the lustrous sheet was torn and raped

Though how stunningly in the hours of darkness it was shaped!

 


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