Blackie Brown Poems
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In streams it slips, cascading dawn.
A twist and turn a mumbled yawn.
Pillow clutched tight underhead,
I smile and muse in heavenly bed.
Light beams grow and merge as one,
Call me back from the great beyond,
Where dreams fragmented start to clear,
No longer there for now i'm here.
The mind awakes to take inside the world from which I like to hide,
The sun shines in and fills the room,
Animates my earthly tomb.
Thus as I brew a pot of tea,
Exhilaration reaches me,
I know not what I plan to do, from now until this day is through.