Charles G. Lang

(Sinclairville, New York, USA)

Colors Of The Day - Poem by Charles G. Lang

Back in the first light of morning.
Its' bright orange rays gives us the energy for the day.
Work diligently through the midday.
The vibrant rays of yellow, gives us the strength to complete our tasks.
Walk upon the green grass and let your mind absorb the many
Shades of green whose natural vibrations tells the birds to sing
The flowers to grow and the world to revolve in a harmonious flow.
When the afternoon fades into dusk,
Make your way to the shelter of your fireside for an evening of rest.
When night takes us to the comfort of our bed, we become absorbed
In a blue that bridges the planes of consciousness
And let us soar among the stars and walk with the angels
Until morning brings us into a new day.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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