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Purgatory - Poem by wardha jawdat

Today after an age
I saw daybreak
The dawn being born….
Like a butterfly
Bursting through the
Closed fist of dark’s cocoon.

The sun’s first fragile rays
Like the unfurling wispy wings of
The colorful Admiral,
Battling with the oblivion
Of a sleepy horizon’s

Ache surrendered to
As I watched the demise of Night
Awed at the wisdom of
This age old ritual
Of naissance.

It was as though
I witnessed
The auntumn
Of all my ails
In this magnificent confessional
Of Daybreak

Comments about Purgatory by wardha jawdat

  • (4/20/2008 10:48:00 PM)

    magnificent confessional
    Of Daybreak

    Some seasoned wordsmith-

    Yaara- wonderful

    I hereby trade my morning coffee with the soupcon of caffeine your work offered

    Samnay Salaam!

    I hereby trade my morning coffee with the soupcon of caffeine
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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