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Quiescent Mornings at Sunrise

Quiescent Mornings at Sunrise

One of the things I love the most about the city, is the quiet mornings. In the city that never sleeps (allegedly) The dawning hours of the sun, are the most serene. The hustle and bustle and the craziness of the streets fall silent. It is a time I savor the most. Where I will wake up and go for my run, pay my caffeine dealer a visit, and just luxuriate in the quiescence of my city.

While the East River isn’t to shabby to look at in the mornings. It is the ocean that looks like a daytime version of Van Gogh’s Starry Starry Night. The sun is a vibrant color of rays, painting the sky and the mind. Letting it be at peace in meditation. Where the ocean and heavens meet in the middle of the horizon. It is true peace. True ease.

So this morning I ventured out with my friend, to catch a sunrise at the beach. Equipped with cameras and caffeine, we were prepared. It was a tad chilly, (and by a tad I mean below freezing…brrrr) but the view, was perfection, if perfection could exists.

I was one content mermaid, soaking in the lull of the ocean until next time.

 

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K.M. Sutton

I am a country girl living on the Upper East Side of the concrete jungle. My friends call me a modern day Renaissance woman. I have dabbled in a little bit of everything, from being a yoga instructor to holistic chef, to skating coach, to glorified nanny, to student. I am a self admitted coffee junkie. A wannabe mermaid. A wanderluster who dreams of other countries. A fashionista who really does need a bigger bank account. But most important of all, I dream of living in a bungalow by the ocean and being a published writer (in style of course) sipping coffee in the morning and a martini in the evening. I love to meet my readers, so feel free to comment or email me. Happy reading!

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