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Aurora's Song
by Myrna D Badgerow

Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I went back to a form I once penned quite often, the sonnet, though this is a different variation than I was more apt to pen. This is a couplet sonnet and I do hope you enjoy.

Aurora's Song

O, that I could capture this dappled dawn...
Its waning moments and memories pawned,
Drifting and blending into daylight's hue
Of sun and cloud, shadings on canvas blue.
And here I am with naught but bristled pen,
Its ink of thought, song of morn, caught within
Time's parchment sheets, each longing to compose
Delicate lines of rhyme or portraits' prose...
For it is not with stroke of brush I paint
But with sweet words of muse both bold and quaint
That flow from heart and seep from soul to be
My aurora and the music I see.

Each sigh and whisper, every breath that's drawn...
O, that I could capture this dappled dawn.

© mdbadgerow 2008

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Reviewed by Alya Landry 12/10/2008
I have only reviewed a few of your pieces, but I am finding myself drawn back to your words again. Beautiful.

Reviewed by Art Sun 10/24/2008
Truly nice Myrna...a poetic painting from the brush of your pen, music to the eyes of your reviewer's...

nicely written...

Art Sun...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/23/2008
Thank you for sharing this lovely gift, Myrna. I appreciate the form as well. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by E. Richardson 10/22/2008
And so the sonneteer struts her stuff what a strut it is!
This piece is amazingly beautiful, my friend...both in form and in substance. Like so many of your pieces, it leaves me in awe...the textures, vivid imagery and colors. The powers that be truly have given you sight far beyond the norm. Outstanding work here mia amiko.
Reviewed by D Johnson 10/22/2008
Absolutely beautiful....

Reviewed by Stan Grimes 10/21/2008
Excellent poetry...I've come to expect nothing less from your pen.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 10/21/2008
beautiful pen-i love your gentle style
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/21/2008
Pretty write, Myrna; you've captured Aurora's magical dance; well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. ;D
Reviewed by John Flanagan 10/21/2008
this has 'the touch', that delicate, sensuous living art the reader can feel and identify with. Inspired word choice and the right precision of phrasing make this poem memorable and beautiful.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 10/21/2008
As always your mastery of poetry and word imagining is exceptional. Great write here Myrna.

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