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Reflection of a winter sunrise in the rear window of a recreational vehicle, Yuma County, Arizona

Mirrored in the window
Of a wilderness RV,
The sunrise in midwinter
Is brighter than the sea.
The sight befuddles blackbirds
And ravens on the wing.
But the little cactus wren?
She cannot help but sing!

Poem © 2017 and photo © 2016 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on March 21, 2017, in Arizona, light verse, Midweek Motif, Poets United, Rhyming poetry, Ruby Tuesday Too, Yuma County and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Like the Wren, this one made me sing 🙂

  2. A fun poem and I love the reflection.

  3. brightness in midwinter is precious indeed and the song of the cactus wren is an added bonus…thanks to the RV window mirroring it at the right time….

  4. I love that fearless little cactus wren!

  5. Oh, what a delightful poem. The picture is great too and I love sunrise in the desert. Wish I could sing like the little cactus wren.

  6. I love this!❤️ Especially “The sight befuddles blackbirds and ravens on the wing. But the little cactus wren? She cannot help but sing!”❤️

  7. What a GORGEOUS reflection! Wow! I love the little cactus hen, too.

  8. haha…that’s a remarkable reflection…now if only I was there to experience it firsthand. thanks for this teach!

  9. So much to be seen in those RV mirrors!

  10. Fun to make this observation and find the contrasts. You left me smiling.

  11. Rosemary Nissen-Wade


  12. A song to match the beauty of the reflection.

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