Morning (re-post)

A little past dawn
light invites itself
streaming through
the window
Feeling the stare
my eyes open
only to realize
night has bid farewell
getting out of bed
and the biting cold
when toes
touch the floor

I pull the covers
over my head

Bodies warm
and cozy, a
all snuggly

lying next
to my hubby

Daybreak can wait
I’m not willing
to greet
the chilling
just yet

LScott © 2012

Sorry for another oldie, but thanks for reading again,
if you’ve already seen this. I’ve been busy
working on another project and haven’t had
time to write. Wishing you all a wonderful
evening or day, wherever you may be. ♥

35 thoughts on “Morning (re-post)

    1. Aww..thanks, Tim, that’s very sweet of you and it’s also good to see you! I’ve been absent, too, off and on! It’s so hard to keep up, but I appreciate your visit. I’ll be over your way soon! 🙂

  1. And yet another wonderful attribute that husbands can have (keeping you warm in the chill morning air)! A lovely poem. Have you every noticed that poems don’t really age, I mean, not really. I can read a sonnet of Shakespeare’s, or a poem from Frost, and they each seem just as fresh as if they were just written. A lovely thing about poems indeed, just like yours, Lauren! 🙂 xx

    1. What a beautiful thing to say, Penny, and there is truth in your words when it comes to Shakespeare, but I always have a little self doubt when it comes to mine. 🙂 Thank you, though! ♥

      1. Haha, I feel like I’ve just been “scolded!” 🙂 Okay, okay, thanks, my wonderful friend! Well, I have awesome, talented friends here that inspire and I learn from, too. Seriously, in the 2 years I’ve been sharing my poetry on my blog, I’ve learned a lot…things I never knew before. So, not only has it been fun, but a learning and growing experience for me. Hugs!

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