POETRY- Ephemeral Ecstasies Of Dawn, A Poem by a Nigerian Poet—Pawners Paper

Ephemeral Ecstasies Of Dawn is a poetically written prose with a rare description of nature and its beauty by The Nigerian poet, Abdulroqeeb.

POETRY- Ephemeral Ecstasies Of Dawn.


Ephemeral Ecstasies Of Dawn is a poetically written prose with a rare description of nature and its beauty. The poet, Abdulroqeeb, wrote with imagery and sprinkled a pixie dust of personification that gives the readers a clear mental picture of his environment.

Indeed, it's an Ephemeral Ecstasies Of Dawn.

- Editorial Team

The zephyr of warmth and solo coldness blew vigorously within the sandy surface. Dewdrops from the celestial bodies suffused the parched faces of the dying leaves, whilst skylarks amid the forest sang sonorous songs with angelic voices. Stagnant water perched on the steep cliffs of the aging hills. The nightingales and sun birds roamed around the clear clouds and sky sill. The heart of the earth was boisterous and bodacious with playing notes of harps and lyres. The stillness of fair sun bloomed in the sky upon all creeping creatures for the Dawn was birthed. 

The Dawn was gleeful with melodious melodies on its lisped lips. The mountain was resplendent and radiant for the sun stripped off its apparels and shone upon it. The ailing fishes of multiple oceans became invigorated for Dawn had shown its Ecstasies to them. The huntsman's hounds also haunted the small animals in the den for the Dawn was birthed. But little did Dawn espy of its end as Dusk the Grim Reaper drew near and near. 

Dawn became despondent as he furrowed its brows and fumed. Shall the Dusk wait for the Dawn to live more years in this terrestrial space? Shall the Dusk hide the bell that speaks concerto of pain? Shall the Dusk add to the Ecstasies of Dawn when the time is due? Shall the Dawn be angry or sad at the chiming time of its end? Nay! For there is time for everything. The time to be born and time to die. 

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