Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, MY LADY'S MORNING SONG, by CHARLES LOUIS HENRY WAGNER



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MY LADY'S MORNING SONG, by            
First Line: The morning breaks; the golden light disperses dimming
Last Line: My tribute to her art.
Subject(s): Admiration; Love; Women


The morning breaks; the golden light disperses dimming stars
Reluctant yet to go,
I rise to greet the glorious sight, the vari-tinted bars
From Dawn's resplendent glow,
And ere I comprehend the scene, the splendors of the morn
Now speeding on its wings,
I hear the voice of Morning's queen along the soft winds borne;
My Lady sweetly sings.

The flight-song of the fleet-winged bird, the purple martin's lay,
Though sweet, is naught beside
The melody and strains I've heard, my Lady's hymn to Day,
'Tis music glorified,
A miracle of sound that fills my soul with raptured bliss,
And echoes in my heart,
Each note entrances me, and thrills, I waft to her a kiss;
My tribute to her art.





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