Morning Beauty

Sky wrapped silhouette
Soft shadows
Brightening the day

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Day 1 of National Poetry Writing Month:  This is my first entry for this year’s napowrimo.  The “off to the races” theme is a poetic form called a lune.

My inspiration was waking up to seeing my lovely fiancee sitting near the window.  She was framed by the gray sky behind her.  What a beautiful site to enjoy upon waking!

Here are a couple of other poems I wrote this morning:

On my windowsill
Beauty perched
Magnificent day

Clouds blanket the sky
Rain drizzles
Gray inspiration

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About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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16 Responses to Morning Beauty

  1. jazzytower says:

    You had a very productive morning:)

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  3. Bryan Ens says:

    Indeed, the sillouette of a loved one in the window would be a delightful way to wake up.

  4. biggerthanalasagna says:

    Lunes are so awesome! Wonderful responses.

  5. lilly1949 says:

    Where are you? I’m in Puerto Rico and it was cloudy all day yesterday, too.

    • ewdupler says:

      I’m in the mountains of Pennsylvania. It’s absolutely beautiful here. I’m told we have as many days of cloudiness as Seattle. But I like that. Clouds are perfect for the imagination.

  6. Lori Carlson says:

    Gorgeous Lunes, Gene! Have a great weekend!
    Lori’s NaPoWriMo

  7. You’re off to a good start – much better than my poor attempts!

  8. SH says:

    Simple beauty. Gorgeous! I love that you wrote a few different entries for today. My favorite is the last one because I love the quiet mood of rainy days!

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  10. jademwong says:

    Beautiful inspiration indeed 🙂

  11. neenslewy says:

    Lovely. I am days behind – but funnily enough a grey start also – weather wise, the Lunes went well.

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