I heard a dew drop
Malintha Perera
Malintha Perera
Nov 29, 2014

Early morning
I heard a dew drop
opening its white wings ;
each crack parted
a turning wave
a frost bubbling over.              
Within its eyes
the world was moving
in a daze.
About to explode
holding out to the sky
it coughed out life
a moist lick
on a coarse dry leaf.

© Malintha Perera

The witch's dew from the crescent moon

The witch's dew from the crescent moon
As it falls from heaven to earth like a wish I knew
As children grow in this afterglow
So far away to be part in days

A fallen star to help the alone
There is darkness everywhere
It can disappear into thin air
An unborn son yet you feel like a father

The wolf tears show a glow of moonlight
Water edge broken to areas around
A cry for help can alter a dream
But heaven seeks a deeper meaning of eyes and what they see

Blade slash away
Brake the fears our dying tears
To wash away forbidden taste
Soak in blood from enemies lines
Hear the echo that once was human

The crescent moon is in twilight skies
A blessful feeling of being alive
I won't leave you alone
For me we were alone but in time the dew will fall down to the ground and shatter
Just how life can be it's beautiful up and a dark falling down to finish all's hope  
This is what's suppose to happen to everyone around

#moon   #magical   #random   #dew  
Gleaming morning dew
Niamh Price

Gleaming morning dew
Kisses the flowers awake
Intimate mornings

#haiku   #nature   #morning   #dew  
*Hold a dew drop
Amitav Radiance

Hold a dew drop
On your fingertip
Many wonders
Reflected through
Light plays through
Kissing its core
See the landscape
Through it
A new perspective
Through a dew drop

dew drops
Dr zik
Dr zik
Mar 15

its old tale
you are female or male
it was raining, it is raining
drops of tears
dew drops
same and pure, real and natural are all
look them, feel them, have them all
as many times, you recall

You are not alone
#tears   #rain   #drops   #dew   #recall  
as the pearl dew of winter
Musfiq us shaleheen

Still I think of you,
a few drops of your tears
as the pearl dew of winter

@ Musfiq us shaleheen

Sometime tears seems me as pearl.........
#love   #heartbreak   #life   #tears   #winter   #memory   #dew  
Your morning dew breath
Mark Ball
Mark Ball
Jul 19

Your morning dew breath
trickles in early
As we walk with the foxes,
by the rockpools by the shore;
By the lilies by the glade.

#breath   #fox   #morning   #dew   #lily   #glade  
Jul 9, 2014

It's energy in the morning
Energy at night.
Getting me through work.
Always by my side
Doesn't speak, doesn't
Judge my actions.
Simply there always.

Unless I don't have money to buy it.

I could say it's like alcohol
But more addictive.
"I can stop anytime" I say
But that's untrue
It's my friend
In the simple green and red can.

Only one other knows my obsession
We share it
And that is why we remain friends.

I usually write somewhat sad or forlorn love poems and I wanted to try my hand at something a little more altruistic
#night   #and   #morning   #mountain   #dew   #noon  
Amidst the darkness,dew drops form across your petals.
Musarrat Bte Salam
Musarrat Bte Salam
Oct 27, 2014

Greenery, O you beautiful thing, barely visible in the wake of early dawn.
Amidst the darkness,dew drops form across your petals.
Sometimes visible like crystals at my lawn.
I look through you, the ray has hit your window,
As I try to grasp the details you reflect like a mirror,
You perish upon my gentle touch,
And here I thought you would turn into gold.
Oh my, I sure am getting old.
Searching for answers within the dew drops of the early dawn,
Knowing everyone just started to yawn,
And lift their sleepy heads,
Here I am standing,wondering where do these dew drops lead to.
Dew drops,you are like ripples of tiny bubbles,
But sometimes,I feel you are the tear drops that fall from the eyes of my own.
And sometimes,I think you are the drops of love from the vast ocean,
Endless,with no edges or corners,
Perfect in your own solitude.

#nature   #morning   #dawn   #gentle   #drops   #dew   #crystals   #greenery  
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