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A Poem Called Dawn

As twilight begins retreating to the west, I stand solemnly in the pasture; like a towering oak. The air, frigid from the late autumn frost Penetrates my fingers; like sunlight through an open window. The starry heavens become paler and paler. The east becomes deeper in scarlet; The blood of a rose. There I stand. The moon, The sun of the night, so luminous. So persistent is she, refusing to flee. Her obstinate act is in vain. For she begins to quickly fade, And finally, She becomes nothing; Exiled into the fading night. Then the sun, in his raiment of gold, arises. His radiant rays strike my face. The maple grove refracts his glory, Lighting the russet, the gold, the scarlet afire. The frost quietly sinks into the shadows.

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