Morning Poems

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Condensation
by Leo McManus

I locked in my room at 6 am,
The condensation in my window,
Cold and brand,
That’s the time I come and stand.

Parents telling me to get up,
When I already am,
Feeling the cold touch on my window
That's the time I come and stand.


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lazy a.m.
by Jordan Davis

rubber ducky clouds
bobbing in the blue sky bathtub
on the middle morning breeze

twin spruce guarding
sparrow house flanks
from ferociously feral cats

sundial shadows
belie still feet

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Sunday Morning
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

It begins mostly
When Saturday has rolled by
Like a trundling drum on gravel,
With all the loud sounds of
Rock ‘n’ roll music.
In one sleepy hour,
We wake and hail
The sirens of the birth
Of a new day, sunny and warm,
But sometimes with giggling snow

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Good morning, darling
by J. Burgess

Lying in bed I think about you,
your pretty hanging plants and air-filled apartment
and your big eyes. Its midday, and rushed
I admire the thought of another noon
bathing in awe and elation
just existing in a particle and swing,
of synchronous touch. Your wet mouth
and the pacing heart beating out any responsibility. Lay
still now to breathe smoke from a cigarette, one big exhale I see you smile through smoke, telling tales of love with half whispered sleep. Despite the falling snow
you land on my white body like a delicate drop, quietly

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Morning
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

The clouds have opened their eyes wide
And all blackness wiped off the face of
The earth.
Night’s curtain has been drawn.
The rising birds in one single squadron
Halloo the world,
Winging and swinging through the
Broad lanes of the ceruleans.
I wake and tremble with the coldness of
Netted fishes;

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Recent Morning Poems
Condensation
by Leo McManus

I locked in my room at 6 am,
The condensation in my window,
Cold and brand,
That’s the time I come and stand.

Parents telling me to get up,
When I already am,
Feeling the cold touch on my window
That's the time I come and stand.


......

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Morning
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

The clouds have opened their eyes wide
And all blackness wiped off the face of
The earth.
Night’s curtain has been drawn.
The rising birds in one single squadron
Halloo the world,
Winging and swinging through the
Broad lanes of the ceruleans.
I wake and tremble with the coldness of
Netted fishes;

......

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Good morning, darling
by J. Burgess

Lying in bed I think about you,
your pretty hanging plants and air-filled apartment
and your big eyes. Its midday, and rushed
I admire the thought of another noon
bathing in awe and elation
just existing in a particle and swing,
of synchronous touch. Your wet mouth
and the pacing heart beating out any responsibility. Lay
still now to breathe smoke from a cigarette, one big exhale I see you smile through smoke, telling tales of love with half whispered sleep. Despite the falling snow
you land on my white body like a delicate drop, quietly

......

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One Day Morning
by Pijush Biswas

The western skies is overcast with clouds in an uncaricatured morning of June;

Before the dew-drops disperse or glitter at the edges of grasses, clouds' frenziness dishevelled humans' furry Heaven.

Still, by the stream, flow all tiny boats; and men,
in hurry, to day's half-fulfilment return home, and promise to come again.

By every breathe, under oblivion women
rush to ransack their children where they never expected them to go, for 'tis time to heavy rain and thunder in repetations.


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Sunday Morning
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

It begins mostly
When Saturday has rolled by
Like a trundling drum on gravel,
With all the loud sounds of
Rock ‘n’ roll music.
In one sleepy hour,
We wake and hail
The sirens of the birth
Of a new day, sunny and warm,
But sometimes with giggling snow

......

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