Frank R. Sanchez

(McKinleyville, California, USA)

Spring-Tide Morn - Poem by Frank R. Sanchez

The sun shines brightly overhead
Mounted in azure frame
Flowers bloom from earthen bed
And in dazzling array of color reign
Distant grove breaks forth in a million blossoms
With promise of fruit to be shared
Clear cool streams gurgle by resounding awesome
With life giving liquid freely bared
A delicate rose gently buds
giving gifts for two young in love
Immortal paradise newly reborn
Always fading toward new life
like ocean tide or springtime morn
Within fresh and glorious light
From deep dark slumber
Into days without number
Ever pristine positive and true
With loving laughter for Us We U

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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