Pages tagged with Dawn

My Dawn you were my first love born I took you for a dance once I had my maiden chance A lost battle of love.......
YOU ARE DAWN God will FOLLOW He has 7.5Bn to look after... So watch on... the next morn for another dawn
Dawn i s just symbolic of life.... In other words each day is a new life. Now interpret it in your own unique way as usual
MY MINDS DAWN@ SEVENTH DECADE..We all live our own lives fools try and live others kind...
Written for my beautiful girlfriend, a poem about being lost and found again.
Adam accepts George and Isabella's invitation to live with them for the remainder of his time at university. He also receives some sad news from home.
Oh, to enjoy the day, so, awake, and have at it! Read more:
Pull up an Adirondack chair and from the back of my woodland garden count with me the sunrises and then finally the wonder of a season's change ...springtime is finally here!
The beginning of the day can be so often missed, yet can still fill us with wonder as the earth wakes from its nocturnal sleep..The Sun rises and a new day begins.. A reflective Prose by Songbird B...
I was born January 29 1957 to the proud parents Peter Rava and Dawn Rava and so my journey began. My parents were both loving and giving and four years after my birth, our family was to receive another gift my brother peter. It is funny how our minds work I know every detail of my lif...
Bayou Moon is nature poetry about the bayou. Describing the sights and sounds of nature in the bayou.
The poem highlights on the beauty of the morning dew - WILLIAMSJI
This Poem narrates the celebration of a spring break in our life - WILLIAMSJI
This is a New Year's Welcome Poem by Williamsji Maveli
This Poem depicts the beauty of the dawn with a comparison to love - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
The poem reveals that the three stages of human life is similar to the Dawn, Dusk and Darkness - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
This poem depicts the love and it's existence from dawn to dusk - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
The poem " The Ecstasy " depicts the flow and emotions of inner desires of innocent man and women - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
A Tribute to Lebanese Poet Late Kahlil Jibran - WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
Sometimes in life we just start a task...We don't have enough patience to get result, For eg.,If we sow a seed..We expect the fruit very soon..But we should wait, till the seed germinate to plant,flower and to vegetable or fruit..This poem explains how can we make use of the time in b...
Summer morning offers this early riser a perfect chance to practice my new hobby of photography. I am studying light and shade. Come and share this poetic adventure...
The poet tries to imagine what her world would be without her love, and speaks of its effect on nature if that love had never existed.
Every Day is an envelope full of money given to us free. It is up to us how we spend or use it.
From my bedroom window at dawn, I watched two small deer walk down my seldom used woodland road. A camera on the bookcase was only a few inches from my grasp, but in awe I stood transfixed...
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