Poetry Break:’Go away morning’

Editor’s Note: 

I just wanted to say that as a lover of poetry sometimes the simple, soft imagery in a poem is just as strong as the converse. Marcelle captures a moment in time in this poem. It is a moment some of us know and understand or one that some of us long for and have never felt. Nevertheless, it is a moment that is fleeting. Enjoy how she grabs it, holds it, and exposes its beauty. Good job Marcelle. 


By Marcelle Newbold

Go away morning.
Let me lay here a
Moment longer
Surrounded by the warmth
that loves brings.

Go away morning.
I’m happy
In the relative stillness
of our family bed.

Those gentle, and not so gentle
Snores filling the air.
Four hearts beating their tunes
so close together.

Go away morning.
Let me hold on to this
just a moment longer.


Author’s Bio:

marcelle

Marcelle is a mum to a toddler boy and baby girl from South Wales. She blogs to share words and poems about being a mummy and family life. These words came tumbling out – after not much sleep. Her words aim to remind of the wonder of it. The wonder of you and of them.  https://marcellenewbold.wordpress.com/blog/


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S.W. Biddulph

Scott Biddulph is a published writer, author, and poet from North Georgia. He began writing as a youngster and followed his lifelong dream of reaching people through the written word when he returned to The University of North Georgia in 2013 to finish earning his BA/English with a concentration on publication and creative writing. His publications include the following: an eBook, Apples of Gold: A collection of inspirational short stories and poems (Smashwords, 2010) and a paperback, Voices from the Heart, (Createspace, 2012). His poetry is published in Papers and Publications Undergraduate Research Journal. Vol 3 (2014) and the award-winning Chestatee Review (Spring, 2015), among other places (Check his LinkedIn profile for a full list of his publications). He is currently working on publishing poetry, creative non-fiction, academic essays, and his memoir. ******** Scott has also worked as an intern editor for the University of North Georgia Press. As a freelance editor, he has done the layout and design of several books and magazines. He is currently working with several authors on various publication projects in which he is either ghostwriting, editing manuscripts, or doing the layout and design of their books. ******** Finally, and most importantly, he is a father, grandfather, husband, and dedicated Harley Davidson rider. He and his family enjoy the beauty of the North Georgia Mountains where they live—especially their screened in back porch where they love to bird watch. ******** ~ "I love realism. I love writing about the raw, down-to-Earth, heartfelt realities of life. I love to write in a way that reaches into the human soul—to take the greatest pains and struggles in life, and make them a blessing to others. Fantasy is a wonderful, interesting thing—but real-life situations, feelings, fears, and dreams are an unexplored ocean of stories that need to be told." ~ ~Scott Biddulph~

15 comments

  1. Hello Marcelle,

    Thank you for sharing your lovely poem. It really captures an air of wistfulness from the speaker, who’s wanting to hold onto those precious moments of stillness and cosy warmth and seeking to delay the inevitable.

    It also reminds me of a child’s story book where one of the characters is looking out of a window with longing because s/he wants to go out and play and the caption below reads:
    “Rain, rain, go away. Come back another day.”

    Your poem also presents a snapshot of family intimacy and togetherness.

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  2. Marcelle, I know this morning of which you speak. There is something about little ones in the quiet contentment of the morning that is sweet. Our rule was never wake a sleeping baby! Unfortunately sometimes it had to be done. I love how you capture the calm and solitude of such a moment. Brought back memories for me. Welcome to Two Drops of Ink.

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