Barbara Jackson McGuire

(Arapahoe, Wyoming, USA)

Dawn - Poem by Barbara Jackson McGuire

Peeking through the shadows
I see a gleaming light,
It seems to split the clouds in half
And chases away the night.
Its rays extend like outstreched arms
And dries up the morning dew,
I wish that I could capture it
And give it all to you.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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