See you in the morning

See you in the morning

I’ll see you in the morning,

When the darkness of the night is past,

When the sun is high in the sky,

When the flowers are blooming,

And their smell fills the air,

When the sorrows and sighings are all gone.

 

I’ll see you in the morning,

When the colour of the butterflies

Splashes the fields with warmth;

When the flowers open up to the sun,

And rejoices in its golden rays;

Yes, I’ll see you in the morning,

When all is gay and bright.

 

I’ll see you in the morning,

When the light of dawn, the darkness has overcome,

When the fears of illusion

Has given way to the hopes of illumination;

Yes, in the morning time

When hope is reborn and the future looks promising.

 

I’ll see you in the morning,

When the light bursts forth

The weary soul to delight,

When beauty and gaiety are revealed;

The morning of pure joy

Where once sheer terror reigned-

The morning that ends the mourning.



16 thoughts on “See you in the morning” by topazo (@topazo)

  1. Refreshing. I like. I love “The morning that ends the mourning”. Kudos.

    1. Thank you for your kind word

  2. Beautiful lines.
    I like the very last lines and these:
    Yes, in the morning time

    When hope is reborn and the future looks promising.

  3. i see you in the morning. goodnight. nice work. i love the flow of words. esp how it ends.

  4. you sure painted a pretty picture. See me in d morning for my comment bro

    1. @hymar…lol, sure i will see you in the morning

  5. Haha. As if u know where to find me

  6. lovely piece!
    “When the light of dawn, the darkness has overcome,” this line needs some explanation

    1. @excellency thanks….I think the meaning got lost in trying to maintain the flow. Maybe it shld hv read “when the darkness the light of dawn has overcome”

      1. Yep, that really makes better sense to me…

  7. This is a a simple but nice poem. I love the ending …The morning that ends the mourning.
    The rhyme is well thought out. I believe that you took your time on every line, checked the words over and over again. That is the ‘essentiality’ of poetry. Every word should talk to the reader and have effect on him as it did the poet. Kudos!

    1. @obinnaU thanks a bunch…

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