g emil reutter

Daybreak

It is a lifeless morning, a thick mist has settled in

I can’t see the street from my window. The soft

steady glow of candles and aroma of vanilla

pervades the room. There is a quiet that is gentle

yet annoying. Hum of the fan gives rise to a

series of yawns as I listen to various rhythms of

high heels strutting along the sidewalk.

Misty morning

               Glow of candles

                                   Sweet vanilla

                                                  Hum of fan

                                                           Rhythm of heels

There is a quiet that is gentle yet annoying. I yawn and

watch the coffee brew.

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Bio: g emil reutter lives and writes in the Fox Chase neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pa. (USA). Eight of his poetry and fiction collections have been published. You Die A Little Bit Everyday, a fiction collection and From the Valley, a poetry collection are slated for release in 2013. He can be found at www.gemilreutter-author.com

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