Stefanie Dell'Aringa

Freelance Writer

Dawn’s Song

Dawn is but a symphony

Ears open to the song

Of each soprano cardinal

Calling far and long

“Caw, caw,” the crows crescendo

As the morning dove does coo

In a soft and graceful manner,

One, two, one, two

Just then the alto geese fly by

To punctuate the sound

Of steady chirping sparrows

Who are singing in a round

It’s enough to take me from my sleep

Into a blissful dance

My feet grow wings, I’m out the door

And far beyond romance

And as the sun dries up the dew

I’m off into the sky

To join the birds’ sweet harmonies

No time to say goodbye

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  1. Still one of my favorites!

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