Bernard F. Asuncion
Stunner - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
M-orning breeze brings freshness
A-s the dawn begins to break;
R-ising sun reflects early
I-n the river, stream and lake.
M-eadows make the day
A-cceptable to the new morn;
R-emembering the moment and the hour you were born.
M-ist has passed from eyes,
E-vening shadows disappear;
M-idnight quickly fades away,
B-eacon brings fun and cheer.
R-ain retreats to vanish,
E-ighth sunny September;
V-iew of beauty is unhampered,
E-legance is a stunner.
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