Night And Day

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Night And Day

Post by Alsiony » Tue Sep 21, 2010 3:20 pm

This was inspired by a few things and two separate people.
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Re: Night And Day

Post by Alsiony » Fri Sep 24, 2010 4:14 pm

I just realised that I hadn't included the ending when originally copying it over - DOH! :lol:
Anyhows - for those who read this before - the ending is included now :oops: hehe

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Re: Night And Day

Post by Karren B » Sun Sep 26, 2010 6:09 pm

Beautiful poem Alsiony….

I interpreted this poem to be more about endings and beginnings than night and day.
It’s almost like she longs for and ending so she can welcome a new beginning…But the memories of the past make it difficult…

There’s a battle to let the past lie and embrace the future….
Then the new day can rightfully overwhelm
So that the night before may duly rest.
These lines make me feel that the past will finally be laid to rest and she can breathe in the new dawn… which reminds me of something a friend sent me a while ago…

'Take the breath of a new dawn
And make it a part of you.
It will give you strength'

A good way to greet every new beggining...

I may be far off the mark but to me this is a poem of new beginnings…
Great Poem Alsiony, loved it...

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Re: Night And Day

Post by Alsiony » Sun Sep 26, 2010 6:50 pm

Thanks for your reply Karren,

Universally speaking - everything is beginnings and ends, all happening, all of the time, and time is both a passage and a great whole (and.. etc) a straight line and a circle... cubes, triangles and spheres, I won't go on (!) - and perspective depends upon where you are 'in it' and so on...

Sometimes beginnings and endings seem to blur at their joining edges, fluidly streaming from one into the other and a relatively smooth process takes place - other times it seems more strictly defined, sometimes meaning that a 'battle' of sorts occurs.

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'Take the breath of a new dawn
And make it a part of you.
It will give you strength'
Yes these words are something to wake up to with a coffee or tea in your hand and the air of a new day up your nose and in your lungs! :D ... I think they are some words to live by - whoever it was that once said them to you ( ;) )
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'All I know - and you must listen very carefully to this... All I know - is that I know absolutely nothing' - Frank

'Who ever loved that loved not at first sight?' - Christopher Marlowe

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