Dawn

Poem By Sally Plumb Plumb

The midnight of my starless darkness
was unseen, threatening the history of my
life within its thunderous head.And, in the
illiteracy of my unconsious temple wandered, groping,
small intellect of lifes unteachings.In
the maze of hubris, heavily weighted and
still quite unseeing outward through the windows
of my light, and quiet, unhearing sounds of
quietness.I found an energy that was he
of beauteous face and gentle manner.
the impregnator of my minds beginnings.

Comments about Dawn

A lovely poem, Sally.
It's like a solid mass centered the emotion, explode and vapor....nice write Sally! ! like it_Unwritten Soul
A poignant write.well composed.


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