So true... the thin quality of darkness at that time, just before the dawn, makes all things light as we begin to see with the uncluttered and undimmed inner eye. I love the idea here that repetition brings illumination rather than oblivion. Neat and precise write, thank you. Kate x
I've found that 'tis 3 am when I do some of my best writing. And I would imagine that it's because there's such a "communion of the senses" at that hour. It is then that they are able to most freely speak to one another. (smiles)
Although I am most often asleep by the time you allude to, when I have the chance to be awake, I agree with you; it is a time of wonder and reflection. Thank you for sharing this offering, Edwin. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
I quite agree, the three o'clock hour seems to be one that conjuures up mystic and strange thought when one sits alone. Soon, the dark thoughts do flee and you realize, as you said, it is only a new dawn. Good.