The Beauty Of Dawn - Poem by S.A.M Momin
Clusters of stars slowly fade away,
giving way to the crimson dawn.
In the morning breeze the boughs sway,
For pearl drops on leaves to trickle down.
Tints of pink are splashed across, the dimly lit morning sky.
Oh, for the freshness of the moist green grass,
And the blooming bud that blushes shy.
The soft ripples of the brook mirror,
the sunkissed mountains and the laden trees.
The beauty of dawn is a real splendour,
flaunting away nature's glories.
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