Hesitations of the Dawn

We forget her scar
-let dress is just for
early risin’, surprisin’
us with all its crimson
silk applause.

take a second
and book a table
for two
near the horizon.


Prompted by Poetic Asides


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4 Responses to Hesitations of the Dawn

  1. Piper says:

    Oh, man. This is stunning! What a gorgeous sunrise. That opening image is killer.

  2. qbit says:

    Great. “all its crimson silk applause.” is terrific.

  3. Sherry Marr says:

    Lovely. A seat near the horizon is just what we need, morning and night.

  4. ‘crimson silk applause’ – only you could write something like this beauty!

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