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The Dawn

 Heather M. Browne
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The Dawn
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54 years of saggy skin and weakened eyes has resulted in this new adventure of poetry for Heather M. Browne, maybe because imagination is what...read more works better than joints and vision at her age.
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Dawn’s drunken dragon yawns

from his fiery bed

slowly sending steam to rise

salmon – peach

Breathing hinted color upon darkened sky

 

Lifting weary head

ache he roars

coral – copper glowing light

and burps his pungent morning breath

blazing

fire engine red, burnt orange, sunburst golden flame

firing sky

awake

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  3 years ago · in response to Leopold McGinnis

    Thank you Leopold!!!! Delighted!
  3 years ago
Nice! I never thought of the sunrise this way...now I'll have trouble not thinking about it!