The Song Of Dusk And Dawn, Nature’s Sonata - Poem by William McGehee
Do you hear the crickets chirping
As the Sun sinks down at close of day?
Now the trees’ outlines are slowly blurring
With the sky in transition’s color gray.
Stars appear one by one in the darkling sky.
The one descends around us in the air.
Such a marvel, the jeweled firefly,
One flashes here then another over there.
The Dusk is long past and the night is now through.
The Sun returns as the crickets’ song dies.
Outlines of trees are beautifully renewed.
Fireflies fade as the stars in the sky.
Breathtaking is the music we see, a
Song of Dusk and Dawn, Nature’s sonata.
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