Honey Dew


Honey Dew

Come, taste the silver pearl of honey dew.
Rest with me, sip from the cup of dawn.
Rekindle the soul with warmth of yet risen sun.
Shake away the chill of night.
Rejoice in the new day born.

Pack up your dreams, come warm your hands.
Rub the night from your eye.
Cast away all night demons,
Savour the spirit of day.
Let night terrors pass you by.

Night has gone for another day.
Take the day’s hours and be true.
Follow your heart, but use your head.
And all that you meet,
Let them taste the pearl of honey dew.

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AFIRIQUE commented on Honey Dew


"Rub the night from your eye." Like the title and the flow of the poem the line above hit me, among many.

am2anangel commented on Honey Dew


really enjoyed this one you allow your reader to see,smell, taste and feel the moments you speak of. and as always your passion shows through.

dahlusion commented on Honey Dew



To have great poets there must be great audiences too.

Walt Whitman, American Poet (1819-1892)

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