Along the Edge of Daybreak

January 29, 2012
By stormchaser13 SILVER, Centereach, New York
stormchaser13 SILVER, Centereach, New York
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Favorite Quote:
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.-Albert Einstein

I could stare-stare forever
At your face so like the sun
That lights me from the inside out
Much like eternity

I could walk with you forever
Along sweet daylight's brink
And watch in wonder as you
Whispered of the sunlights world

I could listen to that melody
That like the sonnet of the soul
Can only be heard in snatches
To us- the unfourtunate finite

And when your lights fade out
Whenn the moss does reach your lips
And the wind continues blowing
The mountains still do stand
And the pensive trees are silent

Only I will sit-just sit so still forever
And remember the dance of daybreak
Remember the laughter of light
You whom the angels watched
And gladly opened up their gates
To welcome you as one.

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