Michelle Hyde

Rookie - 20 Points (06/01/1990)

Biography of Michelle Hyde

Michelle Hyde poet

As a young child I was always fascinated with poetry. I grew up with a lot of Edgar Allen Poe's work and one of Longfellow's poems called Paul Reveres Ride. I was first inspired to write poems as a sixth grade homework assignment and with the help of my teacher I found I had a natural ability for it. Since then I have written many poems inspired by the events that have occured over my lifetime.

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Dawn Of A New Day

Before the smell of hot pavement and car exhaust,
Before the bees start buzzing while the birds sing their morning songs,
While the dew is still fresh and the morning light is new.

I find myself sitting alone on a bench listening to the world around me,
Listening and learning,
Learning of all the wondrous things that mother earth has to give us.
I look ahead and see the woods stand there dark and mysterious,
A soft cool breeze draws me in,

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