Just One – A Poem

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A full moon wears twilight’s rainbow apron,

Tying a silken sash in gold above Mount Fuji,

Drinking in orange hued island sunrises in Fiji,

Picking saffron sunsets atop the Himalayas Nepal,

Walking amid autumn’s northern pines upon Denali,

Fly fishing in the blue tributaries of the Mississippi.

Oh! to experience from twilight’s crystal gaze

Ten thousand sunrises and sunsets

From just one.

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Written for: Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Twilight – July 1, 2021

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

63 thoughts on “Just One – A Poem

  1. πŸ’œ I love the connectedness of this… All of us sharing the same sun but seeing it from different perspectives πŸ’œ

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    1. I am always thrilled at your discerning eye in the little poems, I write.
      Yes, the last three lines – They certainly could and do stand on their own. Nice catch. 😊Thank you, Liz.
      Happy long weekend.

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