Peter S. Quinn


Early In the Morning


Early In the morning
When the breeze is still
And your heart is in a yearning
Of old dreams to fulfill
When the night is going
Into a whispering go
As the cloudlets are glowing
From new sunshine flow

I think of you when birds fly
Over the daybreak's town
In the early morning high
When sun's in dawn‘s crown
Thru mystic of open ways
And night in dancing daybreak
With shadows going grays
As the city comes awake

Dreams are always to try out
Within their ways and mind
That is what it's all about
And more into it to find
When the day is onto dark
Before tomorrow is awake
And the far afield stars spark
Into their fantasies make

Let your dream all come true
They are all from inside
With their ways coming thru
As hours turn and glide
When the day is in coming
Flowing glow and bright
Night dream‘s blossoming
In their star away flight
Thru mystic of open ways
And night in dancing daybreak
With shadows going grays
As the city comes awake

Submitted: Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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