The Coming Day

by Jad   Sep 19, 2010


Painted skies dipped in hues,
contrasting beauty from sorrow
Coloring reds, oranges and blues,
Across the zenith as light is swallowed.

Darkness envelops all life,
Draping the world once again.
A perpetuate moment of strife
Broken by the earths kin.

The moon shines forth bright
As an angel in the sky.
Tearing away the darkness into light,
Like separating truths from lies.

The glories of morning appear,
Tempting flowers to open again.
As the night sky starts to clear
Cascading a faint light on men.

Now with one stroke the sun
Throws light down like a waterfall,
And now we have begun
Another day into the coming fall.

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  • 6 years ago

    by Skyfire

    Beautiful words that create a beautiful image!

  • 6 years ago

    by HvN

    This poem is absolutely incredible my friend! Your rhyme and choice of word is uncanny and brilliant! I can envision each stanza's description within my mind's eye and it is absolutely beautiful.

    5/5

    Keep up the good work!

  • 6 years ago

    by Clarise

    WHOA this was awesome. great work!

  • 6 years ago

    by H. Elizabeth

    Wow. I can TOTALLY see why this won =)

    5/5

    GREAT JOB! =D! I LOVED IT!

  • Wow , such a beautiful poem Austin , & so eloquently written. I enjoyed reading it over & over 5/5 ...Jim