Morning Light

Morning light steals into view,

Waking senses come to life;

Day arises, dressed in blue,

Taking slanted rays as wife.

Fresh perspective, fresh refrain,

No mistakes to cast their gloom;

Dawning sun with all to gain,

Rises now with hope in womb.

11 comments on “Morning Light

  1. Robert Rife says:

    Melody, this is the height of blogger cheese protocol, I know. Please forgive me. But I wrote something similar just this morning. Let’s compare notes:

  2. Caddo Veil says:

    I LOVE that the day takes slanting rays of sun as a wife–that is pure Brilliance, Melody!! Refreshingly unique–I wish I’d thunk it!! And you have that wonderful garden “cross” in there too! God bless you, dear heart–love, Caddo

  3. Yun Yi says:

    How nice to read this in the morning with a cup of tea! Love it. especially the last sentence: Dawning sun with all to gain, Rises now with hope in womb.
    So much brilliance is to come!

  4. Both the poem & picture are lovely! Thank you for the treat.
    ~ Wendy

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