Scott Doherty


Morning - Poem by Scott Doherty

Softly across the western shores
The last of night begins to fade
And on the eastern horizon
Comes forth a brand new day
The stars so vague and distant
(no difference between each one)
Say farewell to Earth's embrace
And welcome the approaching sun
The moon in all its glory
A king among the sky
Turns red with violent anger
And slowly begins to die

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 24, 2005



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