Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
The Morning Has Dawned On The Earth - Poem by Oscar Dhonesquil Esquilona
An early bird now sings its waking song
It sounds like a bell ringing dong-ding-dong
As the music fills the air,
The wind dances whispering everywhere.
The flowers are kissed by the bees
The sun's shining extending its rays
The water in the streams plays as an accompaniment
While the bamboos are kissing each other with endearment
The rocks are decorating the hills and mountains
The green trees are gently swayin'
The dew is now saying goodbye to the ground
And the sky is covered by the cumulus cloud
The morning has now dawned on earth
And the nature is feasting for a new birth.
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