Perfect azure warms my face
I crest the hill wanting to see dawn
Accents of wispy black silhouettes
Remind me of your eyes
sleepy as of yet
bringing my thoughts home to you
Poetry and photography copyright 2012 L. Moon
words echo art
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Gud skaper noko nytt ved sitt Ord og sin Ande, vi kan ta imot det i tru og få oppleve at han gjer sitt verk med oss. Hans skaparkraft verkar konstuktivt i våre liv og skaper noko som er verdifullt for oss. Naturkreftene verkar nedebrytande, i fylgje entropilova, men Gud er Ånd og det som er født av hans Ande består. Jesu frelsesverk er fullbrakt og fullkome. Han er den siste Adam, som er ifrå himmelen og som for oss har vorte ei livgjevande ånd. Han gjev oss den Heilage Ande frå himmelen av berre nåde. Han gjev oss det evige livet.
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9 thoughts on “Dawn in your eyes #poetry”
Warm poetry and beautiful pictures. Food for the eye and the heart. Thank you for sharing.
Really lovely, Leslie. You always seem to provide just the perfect photos to go along with your poetry. That is a certain kind of brilliance in and of itself.
Thanks for sharing this.
Made me think about waking up alone…staring out the window and thinking about yesterday….love the pairing of words to image.
Wow! That was lovely. I’ve read it five times already, and actually agree with the previous commentor on the image that it illicits. It’s funny that I get blog posts in my e-mail with writers providing long snippets of their work thatI I really don’t have time to read. On the other hand, I read your poems because they’re short; however, I end up spending so much more time thinking about them than I ever would have done with those snippets.
I guess that means you’re doing something right, huh?
So soft and dreamy, Leslie. I loved it!
You have captured a beautiful moment two ways, my friend.
Wow, your post makes mine look feeleb. More power to you!
Very beautiful words and photo : )
Mighty useful. Make no mistake, I apeacpirte it.