Maxine (Maxi) C. Howe
Sunrise/Sunset In Seattle - Poem by Maxine (Maxi) C. Howe
Dawn sets the sky a flame with lovely soft hues
Revealing silhouettes of the city and mountains around,
And creating reflections of this beauty
Off the waters of lakes and pudget sound!
This scene offers a peaceful morning drive
Midst the work day's traffic congestion,
As sweet music comes from the car radio
Providing a time to review one's convictions.
The evening drive home repeats this view,
As the sun slips slowly down.
Ah! Such awesome beauty and serenity
Showing the presence of a God's love abound!
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