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Dancing Dawn - A Tapestry Poem
by Shernaz Wadia
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Dancing Dawn - Shernaz Wadia
Gowned in gold and rosette hues
she glides in; coy, yet so elegant
the earth surrenders to her allure
joins in with her ballet of flowers
and trees sashay in warm welcome
waltzing to an avian symphony
as her measured dance heralds serenity
my heart genuflects with reverent joy
the world for now arises in peaceful awe
Dancing Dawn - Avril Meallem
With dream memories floating
across the screen of my mind,
I awaken to the bird’s morning chorus.
Dangling, somewhere in between
the worlds of slumber and wakefulness
I try to hang onto the threads
of my night-time images
whilst being urged to open my eyes
and welcome the new day being born.
Dancing Dawn – Tapestry
Gowned in gold and rosette hues
while dream memories still float,
she glides, coy, yet so elegant,
across the screen of my mind.
The earth surrenders to her allure;
I try to hang onto the threads
of my night-time images...
As trees sashay in warm welcome
and join the ballet of flowers,
I am urged to open my eyes.
My heart genuflects with reverent joy
somewhere in between
the worlds of slumber and wakefulness.
Waltzing with measured dance
I awaken to the birds’ morning chorus -
an avian symphony heralding serenity.
As the world arises in peaceful awe
I welcome the new day being born...
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May 11, 2014
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