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2020.06.27 22:52

Dawn by Richard Watson Gilder.

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THE NIGHT was

dark, though sometimes a faint star
A little while a little space made bright.
The night was long and like an iron bar
Lay heavy on the land: till o’er the sea
Slowly, within the East, there grew a light
Which half was starlight, and half seemed to be
The herald of a greater. The pale white
Turned slowly to pale rose, and up the height
Of heaven slowly climbed. The gray sea grew
Rose-colored like the sky. A white gull flew
Straight toward the utmost boundary of the East,
Where slowly the rose gathered and increased.
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  • 小胖 2020.06.27 23:00

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    Wow, that sound is amazing.
  • EA 2020.06.27 23:12

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    This is one of my favourites now OG. 🥺
  • Nina 2020.06.27 23:22

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    Thanks for sharing Can you explain a bit what o’er means and what the author want to tell us?
  • Shamus 2020.06.28 08:40

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    @EA Wow, and your reading. 👏🙏
  • Shamus 2020.06.28 08:42

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    @Nina O'er means over. The author is describing dawn, the stage before sunrise.
  • シャヒナ 2020.06.28 12:12

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    Faint خافت O'er فوق Starlight وميض النجم The Herald النذير Pale شاحب Gull طائر النورس Utmost أقصى
  • EA 2020.06.28 21:25

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    @Shamus One learns from the best. 😎
  • Shamus 2020.06.28 22:33

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    @EA You learned from yourself? Incredible. 👏
  • Снежинка 2020.06.29 12:27

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    Ты хорошо читаешь 🙂

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