Day (1) Sunrise (Napowrimo

Perhaps the day never breaks,
and night remained king,
Surely we’d scurry about,
in twilight hoping
But suppose our souls wern’t worth saving,
Ah-then
Sunrise,
would be everything

18 thoughts on “Day (1) Sunrise (Napowrimo

      1. You’re so kind, Krissy, but I think you’ve got this inspired poetry thing locked down pretty tight already! I follow a lot of poets, but you’re one of my favorites. Keep in touch! Take care, Ruth

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      1. I see, indeed and it is truly an honor to have such wonderful talented writers such as you (Fatmawaty and Rosalyn) choose me so you I’m feeling the love thank you sis…

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      2. You made my day, dear sis! your great word is prayer for me, I hope a few times later I’ll be a good writer like you! Ameen! I too! I love you, I love Rosalyn and all great friends here! WordPress is our world! 😉

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      3. you already are Ameen (Ah-woman)…( there is something inside so strong,we got this) For all those who have come before us…much love to you..I love you my sis..

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About Visionariekind

Krissy Mosley is a story-teller. Recalling stories to build bridges of peace. A folklorist to bring sounds of joy and healing vibrations. Krissy Marie is a writer /feminist, mother advocating for change surrounding women’s rights and women's’ issues.