Day Begins To Dawn
D-ay begins to dawn,
by Bernard F. Asuncion
E-arly twenty-fifth of December;
N-ight cold rain has turned
I-nto a sunny warm weather.
S-weet day begins to dawn, denying the dusk and twilight;
E-vening shadows disappear, while the sun is burning bright.
L-ovely day begins to dawn,
I-ntroducing the beacon's beauty;
A-fter the moon is gone,
N-ew morn has brought joy and glee.
N-ever miss the sunrise,
E-ven the happy horizon;
R-ay of hope is in silver lining,
A-s the day begins to dawn.