Architects of a New Dawn

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The nest instinct through
True imaginings delight
Leads to what's right

Color the lining new
Tufts soft and light
Bits shiny bright

Into completion it grew
Winged creature alights
Home for the night

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Comment by Gregory Byron Goble on May 20, 2010 at 1:36am
Alights: 1. To come down and settle, as after flight. 2. To come by chance; as alight upon a happy solution. 3. To dismount. Word Origin and History Alights: "on fire", early 15c., apparently from M.E. aliht, p.p. of alihton. (O.E. on-lihtan) "to light up" also "to shine upon". [Middle English - alighten, from Old English -alihtan: "a" -intensive pref., & "lihtan" - to relieve of a burden (originally an animal) (of weight)].


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