Yay, more free verse from you! Really enjoyed this one, but I felt like the first half of the poem was stronger. The third stanza sounded awkward in its wording of "everything rousing itself". Perhaps that could be re-worded/re-worked? Maybe because I usually hear "rousing" in terms of something rousing something else, not its self. I liked the "rising star" though. The mention of drowsy birds made me smile. That they, like us, are just adjusting and starting to talk and chatter and sing. "eachother" needs a space, and I thought you could strengthen the verb and tie it back to singing, without it sounding too cliche? And maybe use another word instead of "filled" for the second to last line, since you said "filling" in the previous one. Same with "new day", as in the second stanza you ended the line with that too. These are all subjective critiques though, keep in mind :)
I also, personally, didn't feel the "good morning" was needed, since that feeling of rebirth, of the hope in dawn, is already present throughout. It was cute though, to end the poem like that, and I could see it kind of being that exhale of breath, the writer stepping out more to speak to the reader. The world saying "good morning, it's time to wake up but know things will be okay, at least in this moment".
Thank you so much for your wonderful comment! I was really annoyed that you noticed the 'filled' and ' filling' mistake - I was thinking of a synonym for it, lol
I'll definitely look into your critiques and suggestions. Thank you again!