Heather burns


A Young Poet A New Dawn #1


Surrounded by yesterdays
aftermath
heavenly aromas lingered
together we penetrated
meadows

Hand in hand through
fields of flowers
took in their savory
nectar
relaxed beside a silent
stream

Captured reflections
dancing in crystal pools
the evening sun descended
then escaped swallowed
by night
a new dawn arose.

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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A New Dawn is from my 'Young POET'S' COLLECTION (one of my first poems written many years ago)

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