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another wink of day creases 
from the lofty dappled spaces
glowing in twilight's splendor
through the slightly opened door

the soft melancholy matures slowly
that once emblazed the black immensity
when the dainty streaks of light
herald the beaming yonder's knight

the cold hazy light dissolves the stars
seeping in through the earth's reservoir
into the ocean of green shrubs and trees
and a horde of butterflies and bees

the hills are drenched with crystal dew
then softly glow with flaming hue
when the first beams of dawn 
repaint the earth's cocoon

the sleepy mountains' crest
serenely swim out of blue mist
greeting the royal sunbeams
with jolly bird's cheers

the morning beauty liquifies
before my thirsty eyes
catching me half a dream
as the splendid spectacle
embrace my captivated soul

Copyright © Rachelle Credo

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