Just another Day

Just another Day

A Poem by Dave Brown
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daily doings

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Waking from

A night’s full sleep

Green grasses peek

For sun or rain

Which they seek

As either flows

In sometimes bursts

While wild daisies

Bloom

In random spurts

To paint the fields

With snow colored flirts

As small white blossoms

Spread throughout below

Weaving neath daisy's

Beautacious glow

Till they blend

And cease to stir

Beneath grand and stoic fir

And Alders gentle purr

And Cedar’s dressed

In bright green’s neat

With squirrel’s mongst

Their spreading feet

Where moss trends

Pon moist ground

And carpet’s soft

Upon branches found

Stretching aloft

While high above

The singing sound

Where Towhee and like

Are found

Until spent light

Falls to coming night

And yawning day takes flight

Till comes again

Early morn’s

Delight of light

 

 

© 2020 Dave Brown


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Great word picture of nature, Dave. Some mornings can make you glad to be alive.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

Thanks John
A nice sunny day helps a bunch
What a great scene to wake up too... Your poetical wordplay opens a window onto a wonderful environment! Nice one my friend... :-)

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

Spring's explosion is extremely easy to enjoy
Thank for taking the time
This poem is a delight to read. I loved the snow colored flirts. You have breathtaking mornings there! Lucky you!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Pestonjee

1 Month Ago

Yes thanks. A cyclone is on its way. The temperatures dropped 10 degrees C. Time to chill :)
Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

That (cyclone) doesn't sound good
keep your head down....)
Pestonjee

1 Month Ago

The Met Office has issued a red alert. Everyone in. Thanks.
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LJ
A wonderful homage to the season as well as the countryside. Your mentions of various trees and birds, flowers and light are irresistible. I am particularly taken with the description of alders and cedars and fir trees. I miss them where I now live and your poem is a great reminder.
There are a lot of flowers around here, and birds, a few squirrels, and young redwood trees, so that's fine. I think, however (please correct me if I'm wrong) on your first mention of daisies, you don't need the apostrophe. That's a small thing; I would write "daisies" there, if I were you. The second mention of that always popular flower DOES need the apostrophe.
I believe there are daisies in the photo that is my most recent avatar, potted, but still a wonderful sight. And you let readers see dawn light so gently, it's an inspiration to take a walk while the sun rises: a beautiful light/sight. I see why you like poetry that's straightforward and has a bit of rhyme to it. I like this too. Thanks for sharing!

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

If I ever consider publishing any of this stuff, I'll hire you as a proof reader
I had to mak.. read more
Ah, to see the morning light when the night has been so long! Even through sleepy eyes and a yawn, it is a wonderful sight to behold! Seems there are more birds singing and butterflies flitting since the pandemic hit....the silver lining to the cloud! Nice one. Lydi**

Posted 1 Month Ago


A night's full sleep. That has to be a good thing for someone who doesn't sleep well. Certainly this lovely poem is full of appreciation for the new day. Not always appreciated so much if you have been sleepless. Full of lovely imagery Dave and you mentioned daisies. One of my favourite flowers.

Chris

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

Yes, I know you have the sleepless disease.
I am finding the brighter nights a bit easier to .. read more
Christine Anne Shaw

1 Month Ago

Thinking about your daisy area. Have a good rest of the day.
a wonderful scene captured, full of imagery that is so alive as the day begins

Posted 1 Month Ago


Dave Brown

1 Month Ago

thanks again Ana P.
You must be both a day and night hawk
hope all is well
Ana Papaya

1 Month Ago

I am. :) I'm a night owl but I'm still working so I get up every morning as usual to log on.

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