Love Poems About Sunup or Sunup Love Poems
by Gregory Richard Barden |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, love, morning, romance, sun,

Sunup Seraph

Long, the shadows with morning dew

                    Herringbone clouds like gossamer lace

          Airbrushed above on the blazing blue

                    Blooming as morn on your angel face

          Sunrise enchanter with skin, unleaven

Tenderly daubed with a kiss ... of heaven.

~ 1st Place ~  in the "When Line Six Is A Perfect Fix" Poetry Contest, Silent One, Sponsor.

~ 3rd Place ~  in the "Late June 2018 Standard" Poetry Contest, Brian Strand, Sponsor.

by Regina McIntosh |
Categories: day, morning, summer, sun, sunshine,

Crack of Dawn

Mornings whisper, melting away the night Gentling passions with magnificent grace Silencing fears and tears with an embrace Lifting the darkness with heaven’s sunlight Dawn quiets the glistening of the moon Reflecting stillness that sparks joy inside Where laughter stirs the spirit to confide In the breathless pleasure who is in tune Sunup colors feelings in perfect praise Charming the moments with eternal thanks Puzzling minds who try to fill in the blanks With stories of true love that will amaze Listen to tales hewn by the rising sun Yarns, bold as summer who won’t be outdone

by romeo naces |
Categories: hope, husband, love, passion,

Soon Comes Sundown

though we've gotten used to moving on and away
just before the dawn ushers in
another new day

          still it deeply pains me to see you see me
          feigning  strength in letting you go,
          letting you be

                    but let's take heart, this sunup will soon be sundown
                    and we shall once again be alone,
                    on our own

                              so for now, let your slumber drift away, satin hair,
                              let it vanish like a wisp of mist
                              in the air.

by Line Gauthier |
Categories: dream, longing, love, relationship, sleep, words,



softspoken words released
in flight to kiss his lips
eager to wrap him in the 
gentle arms of silence

each breath caressing
the velvet of his whispers
intent to waltz me 
well into my dreams

he loves me in a million ways
from early sunup until
the stars themselves grow dim
and one by one they fall to sleep

Published in my 24-page photo/anthology book ~CITYLIGHTS~ 2021

AP: Honorable Mention 2022

Submitted on December 29, 2021 for contest 'A STRAND (DEC 30)' sponsored by BRIAN STRAND  -  RANKED 1ST

Originally posted on October 21, 2021