Sunrise Poems

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Dawn Never Dies
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a red-violet, sunny morning person, usually up at the crack of dawn,
When orange light poured from the east, upon revival, dewy green lawns.

With a cup of aromal coffee, I'd watch yellow sunrise creep in the window,
Enjoying the zestful song of red robin, while night and day were in limbo.

I would take walks at the golden hour, flooded in light, just after a sunrise,
In the serenity of wanton, floral summer, slowly unveiling a destiny prized.

Visits of friends were features of morning, for sunup fondness is infective,

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Beautiful Dawn, Lately
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cool waves and green foam
Zest in crisp morning breezes
Pink clouds float along
Sunrise splash into gold sun
Chill thrills before day's begun.

Yellow-orange zing
A stroll in warmth since the dip
Blooms on green catwalks
Stained skies are fading to blue

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Why?
by Kailey Norris

Why does the sky stay lit after a sunset?
Before a sunrise?
If the light is below our horizon,
how is it still seen?
Where does the black of night come from?
When does a star go from invisible to shining brightly?

11/10/23

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In the New Old Way
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Same old orange sun
creeping in from velvet dark
with familiar clouds
Another rosy morning
of blooms lush like yesterday

Routine companions
of pure breezes and blue sky
and normal rose bliss
Bouncing blooms like tomorrow

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On Mauve Outskirts
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Mauve sun is rising
far across the frothy sea
From mists emerging
at the edge of the blue world
and the pause of dusky night

Destination noon
and blithe before and after
Headed everywhere
In the quiet room of time

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Dawn Never Dies
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a red-violet, sunny morning person, usually up at the crack of dawn,
When orange light poured from the east, upon revival, dewy green lawns.

With a cup of aromal coffee, I'd watch yellow sunrise creep in the window,
Enjoying the zestful song of red robin, while night and day were in limbo.

I would take walks at the golden hour, flooded in light, just after a sunrise,
In the serenity of wanton, floral summer, slowly unveiling a destiny prized.

Visits of friends were features of morning, for sunup fondness is infective,

......

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Why?
by Kailey Norris

Why does the sky stay lit after a sunset?
Before a sunrise?
If the light is below our horizon,
how is it still seen?
Where does the black of night come from?
When does a star go from invisible to shining brightly?

11/10/23

Continue reading
Beautiful Dawn, Lately
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cool waves and green foam
Zest in crisp morning breezes
Pink clouds float along
Sunrise splash into gold sun
Chill thrills before day's begun.

Yellow-orange zing
A stroll in warmth since the dip
Blooms on green catwalks
Stained skies are fading to blue

......

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The Dew Diaries
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a world famous fashion designer, and quite enraptured with the new,
Like first caress of pink, peach dawn light, smiling at the full moon's taboo.

I adored laboring with colors I loved, in my fashions, often bold and daring,
Like shocking, darkly purple blooms, a modish hue, fresh nature is wearing.

My creations graced magazines like Vogue, as sky's grace is seen in a sea,
As green, frothy waves of darling daring, journey away to another country.

Fabulousness lived in forest green fields, with vibrancy flowers of forever;

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Flower of Morning
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

pink marigold sun
in my corner of the sky
awaking vision

plum sky's buttercup
at the sugar frosted pane
day's heartbeat speeds up

daffodil diamond
flower of pearl-orange dreams

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