A Woman's Voice

“EARLY MORN” — June 27, 2010 by Shirley Sarafinchan







Silence, tranquil silence

Fills the early morn

As the crimson sun threatens

To break the early dawn

White daisies reaching

To greet the morning sun

While the wind whispers greetings

To the day that is yet to come

Glistening petals touched

By the early morning dew

Gives one a choice of freedom

To live one’s life anew



By Shirley Sarafinchan



7 Responses to '“EARLY MORN” — June 27, 2010 by Shirley Sarafinchan'

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  1. Shirley captures so many of my own feelings with the newness of morning in this poem. It is so lovely!

  2. Andrea Cockerill said,

    What a beautiful poem!!

  3. Mary Haskett said,

    A lovely poem and so dear to my own heart

  4. Nikki said,

    gentle and beautiful.

  5. Peter Black said,

    This certainly is a very lovely poem, that drew me into the scene and experience — even if vicariously!
    Ah, but there’s great value in that, too, in the evocation of similar experiences past, and stirring of hope and anticipation for others yet to come.

  6. Desiray said,

    Very lovely poem..God bless

  7. Gil Frontain said,

    Can we read your beautiful poem “Early Morn” as a sign that your poet’s soul has awakened to a new day of poetic creativity ? I for one , certainly hope so and also hope this “blog” outlet will encourage you to return again and again to entertain, inspire and captivate us through your gifted poetry.
    Thank you for sharing with us and please promise to keep writing more and ever more delightful poems,accompanied by your beautiful photos.

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