morning resonance

Fragrant blossoms perfume the trees
Filling the air with redolence
Birds chirping endless resonance.

Silver dew shines on flowers, leaves
Butterflies on their morning jaunt
Fluttering colorful wings flaunt.

Morning serenade by the bees
Nuzzling blooms for their sweet nectar
The queen bee’s honey collector.

Leaves rustled by a gentle breeze
Cloudless sky vaulting green meadows
Lambs grazing in peaceful shadows.

Dropping slowly into the eaves
Dry leaves and twigs, the sparrows find
A nest, a home they weave and bind.

Fragrant blossoms perfume the trees
Silver dew shines on flowers, leaves
Morning serenade by the bees
Leaves rustled by a gentle breeze
Dropping slowly into the eaves

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21 thoughts on “morning resonance

  1. How nice. I hope somebody will offer you the opportunity to share your work in written form of a book. Your words deserve a place of more permanence and prominence among people’s bookshelves — so I think.

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      1. I was thinking about you. Have to be up early. But, I really want to resume our chat. By the way, if you have Twitter, then I suppose we could chat via messenger there….

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  2. This is a beautiful poem about the natural beauty of a new day ahead. Thanks so much for sharing. My Father passed away just over a year ago and he was the sort of man that saw the positive in everything even at the end of his brave battle against cancer. I have just started a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s poem is about my Dad’s ability to appreciate the little things in life in case you have time to have a look? Sam 🙂

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