The night was restless; I forgot to set my alarm and got up late. Remnants of mist lingered in the air. It was undoubtedly glorious earlier, but now, the sun was far above the horizon.
You don't get overs on mornings.
I missed a misty morning as I lay asleep in bed
Sunbeams, all the trees adorning, dressed up my dreams instead.
A rabbit ate the meadow rue, from what I ascertain
The only bunnies in my view hopped 'round inside my brain.
The droplets on the new-mowed lawn were diamonds, so I'm told
But all the treasures of the dawn were someone else's gold.
In dreams I held some butterflies, but dreams I cannot keep
I missed a misty sunrise as I lay fast asleep.