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An embracing dawn



Early as the dow / that lays dorm / in comfort zones / and steam that rise / from warm moist earth / that bakes below / and reaks of natures sleepy sweat . / I choose to dwell amongst the myrr of haze / and journey afore a new born day . / and witness I may / the wake of life from slumber lay . / little dropletts combines / in downwards stream / on the back of a palm trees leaf / to form a bathing waterfall / and as such , widening eyes / to intercede an embracing dawn . / a bitter hold the clouds it reigned / in months gone by , today / like fingers tearing through the clouds / as if splitting cloth from loin / the rays prevails / and torches beams through puckered holes / and fills the earth with orange like skies of flames ./ colour resumes to a brightened eye / that searches in depth inane / beauty is the intake of all things that be , that exists , with which the eyes can behold .
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THIS IS MY SECOND ACCOUNT , FOR LULU DOES NOT RECOGNISE MY FORMER PASSWORD ANYMORE .THUS I HAD TO RE REGISTER. MY FORMER ACCOUNT IS 0833601673 . I ABSOLUTELY LOVE WRITING POETRY AND THE ODD SONGWRITING . I LIVE IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA AND WORK SOME HARD LABOUR AS A CARPENTER IN CONSTRUCTION . FEAR NOT FOR ONE OF GOD'S PROFITS WAS A CARPENTER . MAYBE I CAN BE A FISHER OF MEN OR WOMEN THAT IS , WITH SOME POETRY. FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT ACTUALLY READ THIS , MY WORK IS STRUCTURED ON MY COMPUTER . IT'S JUST THAT I POST THIS ON THE NET VIA CELLPHONE . THUS WITHOUT AN ENTER BUTTON , I'M NOT ABLE TO FORM STANZAS .PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE AND HAVE PATIENTS . more…

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