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MORNING MIST, by            
First Line: Vapor rises in the morning
Last Line: When it has been once sun-kissed.
Subject(s): Clouds; Fog; Haze


Vapor rises in the morning
From a fog-bound lake or stream,
As a caldron ever seething
Sends out clouds of icy steam.

To the sky these clouds sail upward,
Melting in the morning sun,
Vanishing ere they reach Heaven
And their fateful work is done.

Vapor rises in the morning
In a foggy chilly mist,
But it leaves us at the dawning,
When it has been once sun-kissed.





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