Good Morning, My Love

Good morning, my love  –

it seems we must rouse;

the sun’s streaming in

and making her bows.

It’s time for the dreamers

to rise from their dreams;

it’s time for the lovers

to undo the seams

that sewed two together

for night time’s embrace ,

and shake off Love’s slumber

to enter Life’s race.

20 comments on “Good Morning, My Love

  1. Caddo Veil says:

    Mmmm, nice one, Melody!

    • melodylowes says:

      🙂 I so love morning dew on lilies!

      • Caddo Veil says:

        I’m with you–there’s something “magical” about those droplets of water on petals, can’t put my finger on it (I just got out of bed, brain is lucky to recognize keyboard).

      • melodylowes says:

        I’m on the groggy and slow side too – have to quit meeting up with certain night-owl bloggers and ruining my beauty sleep! )

      • Caddo Veil says:

        Our little sis, Deb, and I have formed a club: the “Night Owl Gals”, or NOG. It costs nothing to be a member–well, that’s not true exactly; it costs in grogginess and lost beauty sleep. But it’s Way Fun–we kind of just “pretend” we’re still teenagers and can actually DO this!!

      • melodylowes says:

        *smirk* No monthly fees? Just more wrinkles and an excuse for forgetfulness and mental slowness? I’m in!

      • Caddo Veil says:

        Hey, Melody!! I got some of that Mio today!! It was on sale–otherwise, it seems kind of pricey (though one of my Safeway boys says it should last “forever”). I bought 2 flavors–sure makes up pretty in my clear carafe!! Haven’t tried it yet–I’m mainlining diet Pepsi so I can keep up. I noticed the label listed some fake sweeteners other than Aspartame–do you know if they’re less harmful (not that I care, really, just wonderin’)?

        Oh good–now we have 5 NOG members–yippee!!!

      • melodylowes says:

        Sucralose is supposedly a better alternative – but then who knows what they find out about it down the road? Just read a tag line about egg yolks being ‘as bad for your health as smoking’ today – sometimes I think it is all bunkum and eat as I like – and then the pendulum swings and I read the labels again. Sheesh…

      • Caddo Veil says:

        Sheesh, is right, Sis–I read labels–but I must be doing it to kill time! Mostly I don’t like artificial flavors–I’m all about taste!!

      • melodylowes says:

        I have gluten and dairy issues so reading labels is routine – but my reading is more aimed at avoiding a full-scale tummy assault rather than sifting through all the other stuff. I usually avoid artificial and cook ‘au naturel’ as much as I can.

      • Caddo Veil says:

        Good Plan!

  2. Mack says:

    This is so sweet for a couple! 🙂

  3. Herbstbaum says:

    This is nice. I like it very much. Thanks . Uta

  4. Maria Tatham says:

    Melody, this is lovely!

  5. I am running out of words to applaud your work well done!

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