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The Morning Glory (Poem)

Updated on August 31, 2017

Introduction

We all are grateful to live on this astonishing and vibrant planet EARTH. Mother Earth offers us tons of ebullience in the form of gigantic oceans, massive trees, the Sun lighting up the sky and a lot more.

Early morning, is the time to experience alluring picturesque scene.

Dawn, a beautiful time with countless stars studded in the sky. Dew adorning all blooming flowers and buds.

AND Then,

Dawn is succeeded by a wonderful morning where cooing sparrows, singing nightingales, the cacophony of crows and delicate pigeons welcomes it warm-heartedly. One of the most joyful gifts that birds give is the ability to brighten one's days with the song. Morning has some sort of beauty associated with it, Doesn't it?

Aura of sun spattered all across the vast reddish painted sky.

It is the time of new hopes, new aspirations, and newness connected with everything. Each day brings the new message with itself, a thought, which teaches us or gives us inspiring learning.

So, here I am presenting a poem on The Morning Glory.



Nature's beauty, a red rose with dew princess
Nature's beauty, a red rose with dew princess | Source
sun rising sweeping darkness
sun rising sweeping darkness | Source

With the sky painted somber blue,

stars glittering in that hue

With a chime, dew princess slides,

from heaven with all the pride

On the lap of leaves, she nestles,

glistening impishly all the petals

Kissing those virgin buds,

she whispers her magical words

Like, little daughter, she glaze,

razing away all the haze

Wearing sparkling crystal heels,

heavenly message she spiels

Greeting them a new day,

awaiting lustrous golden ray

Then the glimmering dawn ascends,

sprinkling orange tint at all the ends

Birds wake up with a ray of hope,

their wings spread they elope

Measuring countless ends of vastness,

the sun rises sweeping all the darkness

Birds launch in the Infinity,

succulent voices waking up the city.



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      Sakshi Dawar 2 years ago from India , New Delhi

      thanks Surabhi Kaura :)

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      John Hansen 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Good poem Sakshi, glad I could help you get it featured.

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      Surabhi Kaura 2 years ago

      Hi Sakshi,

      This was really pleasing to read. Thanks for sharing!

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      Sakshi Dawar 2 years ago from India , New Delhi

      Thanks all for reading :)

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      Sakshi Dawar 2 years ago from India , New Delhi

      thanks Pearl Sepuya for reading and commenting :)

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      Pearl Sepuya 2 years ago

      This almost make me think that I take natures beauty for granted. Thanks for this

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      Mohit aggarwal 2 years ago

      Nyc..

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      Venketeshver Subramayyam 2 years ago

      kya hai y

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      Ajeet Singh Chauhan 2 years ago

      Georgious

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      mariam subhan 2 years ago

      allah apko tarakki ada farmayein aameen

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      nikita 2 years ago

      awsome :)

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      neelima 2 years ago

      mesmerizing... beautifully written... !!!! Keep it up!! :) :)

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      Nrip Singh 2 years ago

      nice poem.keep it up..

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      Joy 2 years ago

      new freshness is coming such a kind of haven poem.

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      sharman 2 years ago

      koi to rok lo.. :)

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      dhruv 2 years ago

      beauty is in you..thats why your words shine.. :)

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      Sanjeev Pawar 2 years ago

      I am reading reading reading why it is too gooooooooooood.

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      pasta 2 years ago

      mamamiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....

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      meherbaan 2 years ago

      allah....jannat zameen par hi hai..your poem has proven this

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      Dharmendra Yadav 2 years ago

      Yaar tumne to Shakspear ko fail kar diya nice sister keep growing

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      sandy 2 years ago

      hav'nt seen you..but from your words i can imagine how much beauty you contain

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      Sanjana Sharma 2 years ago

      Sakshi, you are God of this poem.

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      John Hansen 2 years ago from Queensland Australia

      Nice poem, good descriptive words.

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      shivam 2 years ago

      nature should learn from you

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      dishant 2 years ago

      i think you r the rising star... ;)

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      ravi sharma 2 years ago

      omg u r fabulous

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      nishant sharma 2 years ago

      awesome keep it up.. you r doing very well .. :)

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      ashik Ali 2 years ago

      It is too beautiful quote i have no words to praise writer beautiful words

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