Dew-drops

Dew drops short poem

Dew-drops,

Adorn a morn,

Glitter like pearls,

Cling on to cobwebs,

Rest on petals and grass,

As if to herald the golden sun,

And shine with a bright sparkle.

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Geetima Baruah Sarma

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Author of Embers Rekindled (Novelette), Fly Away & other poems (Poetry) and Thoughts in bloom (Poetry), Geetima Baruah Sarma is from Assam, India. She studied English Literature and previously worked as Teacher-in-charge in a school in Shillong. Her poems and write-ups have been published in various newspapers, e-journals, e-magazines, websites and souvenirs.
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Reyvrex Questor Reyes
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Good imagery. Nice arrangement.

Jesus Diaz Llorico
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exquisite write…only a skilled writer can do it.

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