Robert Law

New Day - Poem by Robert Law

and so a new day dawns
the feathery beginnings
of unfulfilled hopes
floating imperceptibly
roosting in our deepest recesses
nurtured by an unseen hand
coaxed into existence
by jagged misfortunes
and ragged memories
of tremulous events
fantastic interludes of ecstasy
and tender chimes of pleasure

the aftermath of unrequited love
bathed in a wealth of sparks
the fire never quite dying
rekindled by the glory
of perfect possibilities
dreams of inconsequential regrets
fading quickly to the past
making way for happiness

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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