Kelly Seale (12-17-1958 / Norfolk, Va. USA)
I was watching the sunrise this morning...
As the stars faded, the bright blue-orange glow filled me with warmth on this coldest of October mornings,
and I felt part of something...
The way the large late October moon faded below the mountains in the West...,
As the sun rose above the Eastern sky, the mountains there alight with colorful hues that literally 'danced.'
I was happy, I was humbled.
Kelly Seale's Other Poems
- 'A Rose By Anyother Name'
- 'Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder'
- 'After You've Gone...'
- 'Arab Spring الربيع العربي'
- 'As Passion Burns...'
- 'Be Careful What You Wish For...'
- 'Bouquet of Flowers'
- 'Breathing Fire'
- 'Chasing Amy Winehouse'
- 'Christmas Magic'
- 'Clearly...an Addiction'
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