THE FIRST SUNRISE OF JANUARY

by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

The First Sunrise Of January
Always Leaves Me Wondering
What Lies Ahead
Just Out Of Sight
Over The Horizon
In My Tomorrows

And Then It Leads My
Mind Back Over The
Last Year And
Way Back When Too

Recalling
Moments And Memories
And What If’s And
Might Have Beens

Things That Never Were
But Could Have Been
And The Happiness
That Was And
The Blessings
That I Have

Regrets
And Bittersweet
Memories Escape
Their Cell

Deep In My Heart
On The First
Sunrise Of January
Before Being
Escorted Away

Sometimes The Heart
And Soul
Need To Reflect,
Remember And Wonder,
So They Will Be
More Grateful,
And Happy During
The Coming Year

The First Sunrise Of January
Is The Demarcation,
The Ending And Beginning,
One Year Passing Away Into History
As The New Year Is Born

The First Sunrise Of January
Is The “First Time”
You Get To Make An X
On The New Year’s Calendar

Copyright © 2020 Charles Robert Lindholm – The Reluctant Poet
All Rights Reserved – 12-31-2020 – 05:45 a.m.

Inspired By Sadje’s – One Liner Wednesday – Quote

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8 Comments to “THE FIRST SUNRISE OF JANUARY”

  1. Can feel your words. Lovely.
    Happy and Healthy New Year to You and Your Loved Ones 🙂
    xoxo

    • Thank you so much, Kritika! So glad you found this pleasing!! Wishing you and yours a Happy and Healthy New Year too, My Dear!! Always appreciate your views and sweet comments!! Have a great day!!
      xoxox 😘💕🌹🌹😊✨

  2. Beautifully penned Chuck; and, how the hours, days and months run so quickly into one another.

    • Oh, Thank you so much Goff for your very kind comment! Always a pleasure to have you view and comment! You are so right!! Funny how time can seem to go by in a crawl and at other times it passes by in a blur! I’ll take the Sweet times in a crawl please! LOL Have a great day, Goff! 😊✨✨🎉

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