Sunrise, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Norham Castle, Sunrise c.1845 by Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851Norham Castle, Sunrise, J. M. W. Turner (c.1845)

Sunrise

Not sure if it is my mind in a haze
Sun like melted butter in breakfast dish
Assur’d myself will be a wonderful day
Or better to say is my only wish

Swept the cobwebs out of my sleepy head
Gave thanks that didn’t wake to eternal fire
And let me not forget my daily bread
Now to concentrate on today’s attire

Day will be just fine with some assistance
Appears to be more questions than answers
Past has shown there’s no need for resistance
Never chastised for my many blunders

Out of doors with coffee cup in my hands
I talk and He listens, He understands

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