Dusk And Dawn - Poem by Catherine Ruedy
When the sun is setting in the west,
And darkness is closing in,
We call it dusk.
When the sun is rising in the east,
And the first rays of light begin to show,
We call it dawn.
When my alarm clock goes off at five a.m.,
I call it crazy,
And put my head in my pillow to rest.!
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