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    In the shallow sways of slumber
    as the doubting darkness wanes.
    Where laments are wont to wonder,
    recollecting past refrains.

    The impending light debating,
    what complexions to declare.
    As is, always contemplating
    in a moment made with care.

    Without a trace or that between,
    in whatever circumstance.
    In moves to make what can’t be seen,
    a style to grace a chance.

    There’s a leaning toward perfection,
    of a coming state of change.
    Through a calm without reflection,
    with a flair to rearrange.

    Midst the beauty of reviving
    there’s a service to behold.
    Where creations found residing
    in the senses they unfold.

    Of a rising bound in meaning
    while the phases keep in time.
    Dressing honours in redeeming
    when found falling into line.

    To the ending, shades in waiting,
    holding evenness on course.
    By a route without escaping
    through an awe within a force.

    Born a light in its believing,
    swears its host to hail, anew!
    The simplicities receiving
    when the dawning into view.


  • #2
    This is Quite soothing TG TY

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello The second, Thank you very much, so kind of you to read. Do take care now, Tony.

  • #3
    Wonderful rhythms here and I'll need several more reads to catch all of the nuanced phrases. I sense a turning, during the waiting, to reach understanding.

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello RhymeLovingWriter, No need to read it again, I do believe you have it. Thank you very much. Fond regards, Tony.

  • #4
    In the rhythm
    I'm reminded
    of Longfellow's
    ​​​​​​​Hiawatha

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    • Tony Grannell
      Tony Grannell commented
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      Hello Johntee, Lovely of you to say so. Always loved Longfellow even his name. Thank you so very much. Do take care now, Tony.
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