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Rated: E · Poetry · Inspirational · #2114352
The first Ghazal I've completed.
God comes to me at night bringing dreams of light,
A nightingale at dawn singing dreams of light.

What visions come when my body is at rest,
When my soul roams free igniting dreams of light..

Against the eastern mountains white clouds gather,
Bright seraphim are whispering dreams of light.

I feel dawn's tranquility embrace my mind,
Like clear lead crystal bells ringing dreams of light.

I rise in gratitude to greet a new day,
My devotions celebrating dreams of light.

Line Count: 10
Form: Ghazal - a series of 5 to 15 couple stanzas each of which can stand alone as a poem. No specific syllable count or meter is required, but each line are the same length. The last few words of the 1st and 2nd lines of the 1st couple are the same and those words are repeated in the last lines of each stanza. These refrain lines rhyme using the word right before the refrain or repeated line. See http://www.thepoetsgarret.com/2015Challenge/form01.html
Written for
Oriental Poetry Contest  (E)
Poetic forms from the East. New challenges twice a month.
#2106425 by Chris Breva- Marshall Graduate

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