Monday, March 2, 2009

Mystic Dawn

All credit for the photgraph goes to aspen ( whose pics are a great source of inspiration. Thank you for allowing me to use a pic from your blog.

Waiting awhile for the mystic dawn,

the green pastures wake up with me.
The prairies, the breeze, sing along.
A romance world's too blind to see.

The mountains slowly then unveil
all their secrets and their sounds.

A yawning rose's fragrance I steal
and innocence with which it is bound.
Clouds cloud the sky so often
that they cloud my soul with what they say.

And as the moon slowly begins to soften
wondering it will...or may?

I see the sun arrested by the dew.

A thousands colors that linger on.
Words those are lost amid morning’s hue.
A soul that softly hums along.


  1. Hi....Enjoyed reading your blog! You may use my sunrise photo! Thanks for the interest!!

  2. Lovely poem. I truly like the last line: "a soul that softly hums along". There definitely is a mystical, serene quality to dawn. A beautiful experience to capture in a poem.

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog!

  3. Oh yes I like this very much Your use of such delicate words to create your images are wonderful My favorite line is "A thousands colors that linger on." Linger on as if they were the colors of your memories. So so beautiful. Well done my friend!


  4. Hi Pradeep,

    Lovely favorite lines were "And as the moon slowly begins to soften" and "I see the sun arrested by the dew." So vivid, lively, and colorful.

    PS, thank you for suggestions to my site. I will consider making the font a big larger. Take care

  5. Hi Pradeep,
    I love your poem. You, so beautifully, seized the moment that the "world's too blind to see". Great read! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Wonderful writing! Keep up the good work!!
    "A romance world's too blind to see"...such a true statement!! The romance of the sunrise...
    it must be seen to appreciate it! Thanks for sharing!!

  7. Very soulful.. Full of peace.. just what we need in the world today ! keep it up! Pleasure to read your blog.