1.28.11 “Within a whyle it dawyd”

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Within a while it dawyd

‘Daw,’ is Old Germanic for dawn; meaning – to rouse from sleep, to come to one’s senses. Poetically, it is the moment Aurora gently tips the elbow of night, beckoning morn light.

…within a whyle it dawyd is from Thomas Malory’s, The Death of Arthur.

Daw is always my favorite time

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