I love you at Dawn, the sun rises,
While the rest of the world sleeps,
Soft like the glow that envelopes
The humans laid in crumpled heaps.
At daybreak the love we share
Blankets the earth and wind like fog,
Winding itself through meadows and streams,
Settling on each field and bog.
I love you in the morning
When birds sing their early song
The sky a striking shade of blue,
The still air remaining strong.
Midday my love has not wavered,
It burns as bright as the sun,
Shining down, only for you,
Even after the warmth is done.
My love for you continues at noon
As temperatures soar high
Above the clouds I'm dreaming of,
A place my desire goes to lie.
By afternoon my love is tired,
Worry weighing down each bone,
Despite the struggles that come
It remains as sturdy as stone.
In twilight my love still sparkles
While the radiance of day fades away,
When all light is steady dying
Ours will find a way to stay.
By evening my love grows anxious,
Transitions like the woods go dark
It flees before it is overtaken
But the dim in the trees leaves a mark.
The love we share paints sundown with
our passion in gold, pink, and red,
The sunset vibrant and striking
Like the wild whispered words we said
I love you even at dusk
With its silent shadows that stalk,
Infatuation fluidly flows
Deeper than the ink in which they dock.
Our love is exhausted by nightfall,
Still it shines as clearly as the moon,
Keeping company to fireflies
And chirping crickets that croon.
Midnight strikes; my heart is at rest,
But it is forever strong I am certain,
When tomorrow comes I will fall
In love with you all over again.
My love is an endless cycle