Your warmth awoke before me, how could I resist,
Resist the dawning coaxing,
That your morning promise kissed.
Coaxed my wake from sleeps arms, my promises to keep,
held dawn up to my window,
And let night turn over to sleep.
“brief: this Thursdays DVerse ‘Meet the Bar’ hosted by Frank Hubeny was to create a poem using the stylistic scheme of Polyptoton which uses words derived from the same root repeatedly for persuasion.