Sun Goes Dawn

Now I see.

My eyes fall into view

transfixed by earth’s ridiculous riches.

A warbler’s yellow wing slides across my eye’s orb

and a cardinal calls with a clarity stalling time so that I am

locked, mid-stride.  She echoes me through.

Thoroughly impoverished, my ears suddenly

burst with possibility:

now I hear – sharply – and the

sun rays me.

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6 thoughts on “Sun Goes Dawn

  1. Hi Allen – I love this. Especially the phrase “a cardinal calls with a clarity stalling time”. I think that’s what poetry does too – stalls time. Thanks!

  2. agjorgenson says:

    Thanks Matt! I agree on poetry and time. Hopefully we’ll get a chance to chat when you are here next.

  3. Enjoy capture of how one moment can be an awakening.

  4. agjorgenson says:

    Thanks HappyFlower! Yes, every now and then time freezes and it is a gift time two!!

  5. anniemaeblog says:

    I liked this so much I had to read it to my Mother! She is excited to pass it on as well. Have a lovely day!

  6. agjorgenson says:

    Thank Annie Mae, for this kind comment. I’m glad to have brought a little joy your way today! I hope you, too, have a great Sunday.

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