Forget The Dark For Light Exists - Poem by Paul Cranley
A summers dawn the seagulls stir,
The peaking light casts long shadows,
Splashing silhouettes on the empty promenade,
Calling birds to flight from there nests on the cliff walk,
Remonstrate in sky dance,
Watched by creaking necks and smiling, content faces,
Bathe in a benevolent warmth from a distant star,
You are that sunrise.
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