As with many of my poems, the rhythm is a core identity of the piece. There is also a rhyme scheme here that further enhances the rhythm. I used a lot of personification to present the morning, the sun, and the breeze. My inspiration was to write a poem about tranquility, and I decided that these three characters represented that perfectly. Tranquility is also in the diction—notice how I use words that are soft and quiet, giving the poem as a whole a peaceful tone. Words like "whisper," "rouse," "draws," and "gnawing" all contribute to this theme. Finally, I also experimented with the typesetting in this poem. The first couple lines are systematic, with longer sentences followed by short supplementary ones. Then, to build towards a climax, the poem physically reaches out with "the sun greets me," and then drops back down to resolve the story. "and i reply" is the outlier, of course, which acts like a cliffhanger that is outside of the main story, perhaps teasing the imagination to freely decide what happens next.