Birth Of Day Poem by Douglas Scotney

Douglas Scotney

Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Resides in Adelaide

Birth Of Day

Rating: 5.0

Babe is night
And mum is day.
Dawn is day's lullaby
To ease the sense of emptiness
Night gets at early light.
'Am I all that's left? '
Asks silhouetted palm.
'You're nothing if not right, '
Lullaby replies,
Comforting the night.

Danny Draper 27 November 2012

An interesting set of notions in this conversation.

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Vijay Sai R 03 December 2012

pretty good expressions.....

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Karen Sinclair 19 May 2013

a beautifully nostaligic piece of my favourite time of day...tyvm karen

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Adeline Foster 17 June 2014

Hey I llike that, it has a haunting illusive something. Read mine -The Protagonist - Adeline

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 10 August 2015

The night and then day but cheers are in night to offer

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Sylvia Frances Chan 06 October 2021

Very impressive talking to the self.5 Stars full and to my Favourites

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Luo Zhihai 03 December 2020

Dawn is day's lullaby Baby is our forever love!

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so lovely Douglas Scotney.. i liked.. lovely 10 Days are Friday,17th July 2020 evenings bring respite when you relax and ignite some passion for reading the day is ending fast nights have no trouble as you did struggle for the whole day and now may sleep all the way Hasmukh Mehta

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Michael Walker 08 April 2019

An insightful poem indeed about the wondrous dawn.

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Bri Edwards 03 August 2018

this is interesting and i'll send to MyPoemList in order to easily reference it in the future, ........perhaps. palm is of a hand or tree or? ? ? ? poor Night! bri :)

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Douglas Scotney

Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Resides in Adelaide
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