Fay Slimm.

Intake.

 

 

Intake.

As division trembles on time's very edge we
sit on bent grass and wind-dried heather
tracing the breaking of dawn.

Like eyes each disc of light assails in-coming
shoreline to scatter blackness as tide
sighting morning gilds its form.

Pulsating with power day bursts forth with
oceans of jewelled diamanté-darts
coating each breaker in glitter.

What awesome intake this token cliff-top
display of unbroken performance as
sunbeams complete dawn's finish.

Comments8

  • orchidee

    Good write Fay.

    • Fay Slimm.

      Thanks Orchi.

    • ANGELA & BRIAN

      ANGELA HERE - Good afternoon FAY ! Love your Nature Poems and for us in an Indian Summer on Sunny (30C) Essex the DAWNS have been breathtaking !
      We are Early Risers - 6:30am - so the beauty of Dawn is still filling the Skywith a *Bright New Day* AMEN

      This is the Day that the LORD has made
      Let US rejoice & be glad in It !

      Blessings & Peace & Joy
      Love Angela - Brian - Smokey ! ! !

      • Fay Slimm.

        Yes the sunrise can be an amazing event filled with potential - am glad to hear you are early risers dear duo -- thanking you muchly for your positive comment on Intake.

      • Neville

        ... There ain’t nothin can compare with the Kernow coastline ... certainly not when shared with a lover pre, post or peri dawn ....

        ...Penned to perfection Fay ... 😎

        • Fay Slimm.

          Agree wholeheartedly with your sentiments on Kernow dawns mon ami - - and shared with somebody special t'would be twice as enticing to rise early and watch break of morn together - - - well we can dream.......... x

        • Romantic Bloom

          Beautiful poem and image!

          • Fay Slimm.

            Many thanks for dropping be for a read of Intake R.B. - so pleased you enjoyed the poem.

          • dusk arising

            Now if I'm not mistaken that picture is taken from Lands End looking westwards where you'd be treated to a lovely sunset but.......

            Your words bring to mind what magic there must be in witnessing the dawn over a seascape and being able to see its effect upon adjacent coast. I shall have to plot a course for a place where i could watch this display one fine day.

            • Fay Slimm.

              Yes dawn over a seascape cannot be missed dear friend - - the magic of first light-rays on water is worth rising early for and I shall save you a virtual place to watch the change - - thanks for your visit and comment on Intake D.A. - - - always much appreciated.

            • SerenWise

              Beautiful imagery as always

            • Goldfinch60

              Another fabulous sunrise Fay, thatn you.

              Andy

            • L. B. Mek

              the loving way you write of Dawn so often makes me think you must have been Tithonus in a past life...
              wonderful imagery



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