Dylan Charles

Rookie - 213 Points (Sai Kung, Hong Kong)

Daybreak - Poem by Dylan Charles

Dripping like dew, slipping
seamlessly into cupped hands,
a little pool of shimmering light,
awaken dawn your morning bright!

Over these crescent lands, awakens
and at once arises,
a scene of cool green serenity,
blanketed in warm sight.

Great is that vision, pulsing
skyward in unveiled crafted flight,
tethered in this sea blue tree
for all there is to see,

Crimson cascades, a fall
of delicate mirrors fade,
into the bosom of those fated few
will the making of this day shine anew

For if I were to look up once more
and see the world forever tall,
my eyes would blur in brimming tears
and say I have discovered what it truly means to live these years

Topic(s) of this poem: dawn


Poet's Notes about The Poem

We often don't look up at the world we're in. We don't truly see the beauty that surrounds us, hills, little rivers, we were meant to be in and among the forests and plains, those mountains and seas! Not wrapped up, hovelled in our concrete cells, we are meant to live when everything around us is growing. I hope we never forget to appreciate the world we reside in, because we live off it and it lives off us.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 5, 2015


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