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Golden Days
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By Rich Tassinari
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Golden

When sunrise greets the frosty dew
And melt's the cold night's chill,
I'll mix the morning's nature's brew
And nighttime dreams distill.

I'll chase the day to west from east
Becoming what is cast
Upon the earth unto the least,
The humble, meek, the last.

I'll savor sunset's orange glow
And soft trails left behind
That touch the clouds rose-red below
And decorate my mind.

And when the glow sinks into night
Each star will soon replace
The golden dawn, the day's delight,
The memories embraced.

Golden are helloes, good-byes,
With fair blue skies between,
The sparkling stars in deep, dark skies
Are memory's bright sheen.
 


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Submitted: Friday, May 4, 2012

Last Updated: Friday, May 4, 2012

About the Poet
Husband, father, grandfather, and each title is my joy. As a youth, poetry was a means to express the inexpressable. I was attracted to (and still am) the beauty and brevity of verse. All flows out from God, and like a proper prayer, can flow back.


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