Alvin Jenner


Sunrise


Some one peeping
peeping at me
through the window?
peeping at you and me

I hear someone
someone singing
a beautiful note?
singing for you and me

I feel something cold
something run smoothly and fast
over me?
over you and me

On my bed
I laid asleep
and felt all the changes
wandered what they are?

I agreed
I agreed with my dear mind
to open my eyes
to see...?

Something bright
Something Shiny
was shone at my face?

It was hiding
hiding behind something
green, waving in the wind?

Then in a blink of an eye
an sleepy eye
all the answers came rushing
rushing into my mind

I was my friend
fellow 'Sun'
He was just waking from
a Long tiresome night

where he had to light
a another part of the Earth
now he come to light
you and me

He was at the Horizon
Covered by the Mango tree! !
at my garden
Shining at you and me!

Symbolizing
The start of another!
Refreshing day of
Yours and mine! ! !

It is what we call
a Sunrise
That light up
you and me!

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 28, 2014

Topic(s): sunrise


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