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Dawn’s Early Light

Dawn’s yesterday with a promised tomorrow
Yesterday memories and left behind sorrows
On an express train ride into infinity
Without a sorry, goodbyes, no emotional identities

Nightfall fading in Dawn’s early light left in the sky
So majestic and blue decorated by a rainbow of fate, destiny, and karma’s blissful sunrise
A sunrise full of hope
A sunrise to climb for the greater good, don’t let go of the rope
A sunrise shining in the element of earth’s intellectual surprise
Wrapped with a red bow, a beautiful blessing of presence in disguise

Awaken unto the day with morning, afternoon, and night, words of the wise
A man thinks once, and a foolish man thinks twice, and then creates his own demise
Self-demoralizing of self, it does not get any worse than that one must say
To forgive among a thistle of I’m sorry, yet smile to be among a new day
To pray for peace found within, as we play
On our knees at night we pray

For enlightenment and to expect only the best
The fruit of what we strive for, whereas, we can pass the laws of the universe to the next
Author's Note
A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.

Oscar Wilde
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