Michele Clucas

Sunrise - Poem by Michele Clucas

The final embrace of sun and moon
The memory of night - breathes the hope of noon
Stars nestling deep into that velvet keep
Time flows on - Winds whisper sweet
As darkness into light passes that bright border
Shadow’s cold with fire’s blaze – Unite in divine order
Golden liquid as lightning’s flow
Night’s last glitter - day’s first glow
The cycle turns complete!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 9, 2010

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