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Drowsing in The Early Morning  Rain

in the Eames chair
together watching the sunrise
we wax eloquent

we're washed among
the amber lynxian
the cat and I
barely stir
sit comfortable
in mutual company

in between the eyelids
of the shades
the warm light reaches in
before the rain

outside the song of a bird
rises in the damp morning air

beside me
the corners of the cat's chin
are transformed into
a pleasured grin

if only we could sit
so pensively unspoiled
all day

intruding the silence
the rumble of thunder

with a gusting wind
begins an insistence
of cooling rain

in the Eames in unison
our eyes re-close
toes kneading the
encircling blankets

we turn together
and head
as one
to the

Copyright May 21, 2014/ All Rights Reserved By This Author
Meloo/Melissa A Howells/Tilt-a-World

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