Peter S. Quinn

Come Be Awake - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Come be awake don't fall asleep
Love is in the morning to day
Bring bouquets of flowers to keep
Life has so much still to say
Some kind of a turning notion
Strength for those distressed
Feelings like season’s Deep Ocean
Wonders of thoughts are blessed

The today was entered with living
From shrine of the darkness far
Now is your time of love giving?
With courage of new forward yare
Iron brazier dawn's sky's burning
With the reddish bleeding clouds
Sun is coming and heaven turning
Bringing its fire to lonely crowds

The empty streets bitter in smoke
Soon to be filled again with life
All shorts of colors and gentlefolk
Giving their spirit forward strife
The lonely dreams in nocturnal sea
Hours forgotten till turn of dark
Myriad fancies there inside to be
Inactive till with stars they’ll spark

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 6, 2011

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