Luna lowers her full-face glow
beneath morning’s west horizon
as Daystar covers his counterpoints
in clear bright breath.
Brenda Warren 2013
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That is beautiful and concise, Brenda.
Gloaming was in a book I listened to this week. 🙂 Read your poem several times…I think I have it visualized. Really like it, Brenda.
Thanks Sabra, it was beautiful, and these words don’t do it justice. Morning is definitely my favorite time of day, and gloaming is a favorite word (I just searched it , and it shows up in six of my poems here). I like the idea of dawn being opposite the gloaming.
Oh what a beautiful morning!
Love that moon! Thanks, Stan.