Good morning: Daybreak #Writephoto

For visually challenged writers, the image shows a morning sky aflame above dark landscape, whose horizon is marked only by trees…

Here’s my entry:-

The slithery moonlight shined like snowflakes on oak trees while owls and bats perched upside down getting an overview. The trees dangled in their overgrown shadows and their wide cushioned leaves shivered as a quiet breeze blew occasionally. The moonlit charismatic night wandered in its loneliness in the dense woods as if asking for a nap. Trees, shrubs, birds and bugs all murmuring in the dark dainty hours of the night.

But as the hours crawled by and the fireflies and bats began to fade away after a hard night at work, a glimmer began to replace the hush darkness.

The buds leaned towards the light and opened up to soak the freshness. Dew drops dozed and dripped along the shy curvy leaves. The bugs and crawlers skid to hide in,before the brightness captured them. Birds chirped and squeaked and fluttered and tweeted till they all did it together and the symphony became a cacophony of mixed voices.

The red yellow orange melody spread in the sky, like a painter’s palette where rays of light intertwined and started reflecting …spreading out like ether everywhere. The rays wetting the landscape, peeking in through branches, high and low winded like a geometrical hexagon. The golden layer is overcasting everything else.

Sun has risen in the sky. Good morning!

Written for:- Sue Vincent’s: daybreak #writephoto

Published by Daisy

I write whenever ideas crunch and overwhelme me! It's my reaction outpour.

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