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Night and Day ©

by Deborah Lloyd
Scotland
2002

Betwixt and between the night and day,
When all is dark and still
The moon shines bright
And the world is in slumber.
Gentle.

Before the dawning of a new day
The chorus recite their melody,
Shrill, yet sweet to the ear.

Slumber shall cease,
And life,
Begin again.

With each new day life is commenced.
A miracle of creation,
To witness in its time,
Many a night and day.


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