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Stephen Stirk Male, 57, United Kingdom (2/20/2009 9:19:00 AM)

Hello Everyone. Kindly read my serious Shakesperian poem
'Dawns First Light'. It took me 38.72 years to write it and
I have written it without any of the red words which are
banned. Dawns First Light is about a woman who buys a torch.
No................I don't want to spoil it for you.


DAWNS FIRST LIGHT
As Dawn breaks pale and grey from darkened sleep
Dispels the clouds which out of nightfall creep

As Dawn awakes projects her shadow through the door
The sky mutates I watch it turn azure

As Dawn peeks through the window pane
To signify first light of morn again

As Dawn dresses the window in blinding light
And gives the gazing soul a gorgeous sight

As Dawn caresses all that wake in daylight fair
As light and sun lay Dawns sweet virtue bare

As Dawns gown falls, and breaks to morning time
As Dawns new beauty helped to craft this rhyme

As Dawn stands by the window my heart flickers
Leave the window Dawn! at least put on some knickers

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  • Rookie Duh Huh (2/21/2009 9:17:00 PM) Post reply
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    This is beautiful, and funny. I saw it too, as your words took me there, I, however; closed my eyes at the end lol....Wonderful poem :)

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