Carolina Morning by Lucia Sullivan

William Mangum Art North Carolina

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“You can keep your diamonds and pearls.
I have the sunshine.
The light thru the Willows on a cool Spring morning.
And you can cross stitch me thru time.
But you can not take the essence from my soul.
You can build your sky scraper tall on a hill.
With glass windows and silver spoons for breakfast,
On balconies that I can never reach.
But I have the dew drops off of an old tin roof.
Glistening spider webs and the smell of the earth and summer rain.
My essence is in the creek bed by the two old pines that never speak too loudly.
They only whisper my name in a breeze that blows across the strawberry patch.
That blooms as I bloom.
And is as sweet as a Carolina morning.
You can keep your diamonds and pearls.
The creator has given me an entire sky.
With blankets of whites and blues and yellows and golds.
Forever gold.
That can not be bought or sold or lost or stolen.
I have the sunshine and all of the life inside of its glitter.
All that glitters is my gold.
And I am part of the love light shining.”

Written by Lucia Sullivan Copyright 2017 all rights reserved

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luciasullivanpoetry

New York

I am a clairvoyant, poet, writer, and seer. I believe all things are moving towards the light. I love music, dancing, boating, nature, and animals.

Masquerade Painting – Gratitude to Artist

 

 

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