dusk arising

if I could stay

 

If i could stay,
then,
you would find me
in the dew
upon spring buds in April,
upon the raindrops of life
on springtimes showers,
inside the gold
of leaf fall autumn,
and leaping from shadows
to greet the dawn
and gaze skyward
ever skyward.
You'd find me spellbound before
stormy crashing breakers.
Running with infants
joining in their joyous games.
There upon the smiles
of young loves lips
and inside the eyes
of old contentment.
Along each highway of adventure
towing a trailer of goodwill.
At rest between the amber flakes
of rust upon yesterdays autos.
And in the eye, your eye
which sees the love
in this beautiful world.

Comments10

  • yellowrose

    Such a lovely way with words , dusk arising 🙂 this is beautiful

  • Goldfinch60

    Superb words d a, that beautiful world is there for us all if only we would look at it.

    Andy

  • Neil Higgins

    Really love this DA.Imagined every "scene" in my mind's eye.

  • Saxon Crow

    Works for me Dusk. Faved

    • dusk arising

      Thanks Saxon, honoured to have this among your favs.

    • Jayasree

      Lovely.. So beautifully written. 🙂

    • The Uneducated O.A.P

      Great dusk, love every line,

    • Neville


      and who am I to argue .. bravo .. a real poetic treat sir ................................................... Neville

    • Laura🌻

      DA,

      “And in the eye, your eye
      which sees the love
      in this beautiful world.”

      These three lines are gripping and have held my interest so much so that I’ve read your wonderful poem more than once.

      Thank you for sharing.

      Laura🌻

    • Orison

      Could view every picture that you painted with these words..what more can I say...thank you 🙂

    • Poetic Dan

      I now see a bit clearer.... thank you

      • dusk arising

        I think I'll ask to have this read out when they put me in a box mate.

        • Poetic Dan

          .....sadly beautiful but that is life is it not. Learning to dance in that rain or pain...



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