Twiglet #64

A twiglet is a short phrase. Or a word. Its aim is to “prompt” a flow. A thought. A memory. If something comes to mind, write. A polished piece isn’t the goal; creativity is. Leave a link, if you’d like your work read, but comments should not be expected. Twiglets are posted on Tuesdays.

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38 thoughts on “Twiglet #64

  1. FIVE BEFORE-DAWN POEMS

    1
    Make up your mind before the sun rises.
    A good day; a bad day?
    Greet the dawn or curse it.

    2
    Before the dawn of creation,
    The Triune God knew all that would be:
    The visible, the invisible,
    And still He created all things.

    3
    I lie in the brightening darkness
    trying to recall a dream I had of you,
    but the wings of dream powder away.

    4
    The morning sun cuts across the horizon:
    Blade of golden grass or blade of knife?
    Meet the fields with a half-moon smile.

    5
    No one is promised another dawn here.
    We live day to final day
    and do our best to fill the time
    with noble deeds of kindness.

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  2. Drag that lazy Sun out of bed
    by his whip-fire hair –
    SOB sleeping in late
    while we’re freezing
    our asses off out here.

    Hustle up some coffee, light,
    with scorched toast and eggs
    sunny-side-up –
    then get cracking
    In that old yellow van.

    Remember, he takes a shine
    to that bimbo Dawn,
    so no stopping off in Daytona Beach
    for the wet T-Shirt contest
    like yesterday.

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