Treasure Island

Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -190


Promising(Morning Song)

Morning song or Matins
are formal lyrical prayers sung at dawn.
The tone is hopeful. The frame is at the discretion of the poet.


Promising

'This pervading Dark
Will soon be pierced'
Proclaiming the promise
Of a bright rise
That lonely shiny star
True, a sprawl of grey spreads
From her bossom of blue
A blossom of sunny hope
Earth is raising
And that morning hope
I'm filled with

Sailing
On this day of hope
Pray
Blest, row with oars
Of His hands
Peace be along
This loam
That azure
And oceans around
Pray
For this day of hope
In repeats

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 11, 2014

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