Dawn She's So Beautiful

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Dawn She's So Beautiful

I went up to the lake to fish
early morning reverie. 
She was peaking over my shoulders,
Dawn,
illuminating my trail,
my steps,
past tall oaks 
and scattered underbrush,
where I saw  
a bright eyed deer 
holding my stare
before darting off
and little rabbits
making a beehive
back to home.
As the early morning 
undressed
my piquing ears touched
by birds singing
in the shower,
garbling in unison
to one another,
like those little blue robins
I would love to cuddle.
As I walk 
the chill melts
and the fog 
from my lips lessen,
as I walk in cadence
to the masses 
of flying insects,
bees and butterflies
I see flirting
with blossoms.
My eyes look up
at the open skies,
nature,
my heart skips a rope
like a child,
as daylight breaks
... Dawn 
leading the way.
She's so beautiful,
her reverie, 
I wish I could catch
and covet.

connie pachecho

8/3/17

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