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Friday, 3 June 2011

Awakenings

Awakenings 

A grey, dooming fog encroaches my heart, 
Shivers tingle, throughout my being. 
Life yearning for a jump- start
As the darkness begins its fleeing!

Assaulted cruelly by bright glare, 
Eyes slowly, unhinge... sleepily .
Brain gently engaged, suddenly aware! 
Sleepy visions had possessed me deeply.

Bright rays embalm my soul and mind, 
Warmth stirs my creativity, 
Monsters long left behind ,
Sunshine has given me my liberty. 



12 comments:

  1. Wake up! Loved your take on this weeks prompt :) Send those monsters running and keep writing! Happy Friday Poetically!

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  2. i am glad the light pierced your darkness...monsters rarely stand up when dragged into the light...

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  3. Give me sunshine or give me death! LOL!

    Nice one, kez!

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  4. You effectively express what I feel...I suppose the weather affects many of us like this. Bring on the sunshine!

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  5. I was born in the sunshine so I feel the window opening to warmth and liberty

    Delightful

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  6. Love the last for lines. yes, can be a rebirth.

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  7. Sean Vessey said:
    Lovely. "Sunshine has given me my liberty" great line, Kerry

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  8. Wonderful Kez X

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  9. What a beautiful, happy image of waking up to the sunrise! We should be thankful... but most days I just want more sleep. :)

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