African Dawn Poem by Connie Marcum Wong

African Dawn

 


Your glory touches
Silhouetted trees
Standing tall to embrace
Your scarlet sky.
The quiet is broken by
The birds in song
As crimson clouds
Silently drift by.

The heat of summer
Warms the morning air.
Temperatures will soar
As you ascend.
A sequel to your
Fire rising high...
Leaving creatures
Breathless in the wind.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Patricia Grantham 20 September 2013

You described the scenery of the African Dawn so beautifully. The sun starts to rise and so does the heat. Gods glory manifests itself in it all. Lovely.

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