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The Dawn In Blue

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Dawn rose on blue misty mountains, and matching blue sky;
And it wasn't very long, before bluebells caught my eye.
The bluejays sang sunshine, all around the morning glory,
As blue butterflies flitted about, the peacock territory!

Blue dragonflies crept on leaves, off to an odd somewhere,
The world was covered in blue, although hardly yet aware!
Coneflowers and grape hyacinths, danced to forget-me-nots,
And sun turned slowly golden, as if nature's afterthoughts.
The Dawn In Blue
Monday, April 5, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: rhyme,misty,sunrise,blue,beautiful,nature love,sky
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Photograph courtesy of Russell_Yan from Pixabay
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