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Three Poems , all with the Title “Morning star”

Morning Star Irish Landscape Photography : Nigel Borrington

Morning Star, over Slievenamon , Co Tipperary
Irish Landscape Photography : Nigel Borrington


Morning Star.

By : Connor Sean McMurrick Crow

A kingdom in ancient history,
long before man was thought to exist,
stood in Hyperborean heartland.
Ruled in peace by a woman of antediluvian
beauty and her King-Groom.
Leviathan, a queen of rare black hair and eyes of velt,
rose every morning to greet the sunrise.
On this particular day, she woke Archon.
With a trailing gown of violet, she led him
by hand through perfumed gardens of
exotic sights.
Sunna broke over the hedges and
burnt the mist from frail orchids,
and all that was left of that kingdom
of runic beauty were two lovers entwined in stone.

Morning Star 2.

By : Scott Madden
Dec 22, 2014

The Morning Star

Have you seen the morning star?
It keeps it’s vigil in the East,
A prophet of the dawn.

It rises when the night is at its coldest,
The warmest light in the vast blackness.
It rises when the night is at its darkest,
The brightest light in the black vastness.

Have you seen the morning star?

Morning Star 3.

By : Justinian
Feb 2, 2010

Morning Star

The sun wakes and stretches its rays over the horizon.
Embraced is my heart and my smile shines on.
In my dreams,
you I did miss.
When I awake,
your lips I shall kiss.

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