‘The Fury Of Sunrises’ by Anne Sexton

‘The Fury Of Sunrises’

by Anne Sexton

“Darkness
as black as your eyelid,
poketricks of stars,
the yellow mouth,
the smell of a stranger,
dawn coming up,
dark blue,
no stars,
the smell of a love,
warmer now
as authentic as soap,
wave after wave
of lightness
and the birds in their chains…”

You can read the complete poem here.

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Submit your favourite #light poem : tell us the title and poet, the first line of the poem or submit your own poem to be published on the blog in the month of October 2015.

Do you find your poem #light rather than heavy? Does it have a #light comedic feel? Are you celebrating the remaining #light of the year before the clocks go back?

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One Response to ‘The Fury Of Sunrises’ by Anne Sexton

  1. neetisaluja says:

    ‘the smell of a love,
    warmer now
    as authentic as soap’
    Beautifully written 🙂
    ( https://inkyquillblog.wordpress.com)
    Link to my blog! Greetings 🙂

    Like

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