June Sunrise (Variation On Sara Teasdale's Poem 'February Twilight') - Poem by Ilania Cyaalá
I sat beside a hill
Glistening with emerald dew,
A single star was twinkling
In the misty sunrise blue.
There wasn’t any creature
That saw what I did see –
I sat and watched the star at dawn -
And she was watching me.
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