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Sunlight (a bright and happy poem)


Author: Static Scream
ASL Info:    17/m/Russian(in Mid East)
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Class/Type: Misc /Happy
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This is the light poem, from my dark/light duo

(With "upon this night" being the dark one)

I realized, that I had no happy and bright poems, decided, to make a happy bright poem

and here it is:


Sunlight (a bright and happy poem)



Can you not see what the sunlight will bring
Eternally sunshine will rise
Can you not hear the birdsong of spring
As the winter gives up its disguise

As the crystal stream waters will flow to the sea
And the blossoming flowers will gleam
As the gentle breeze blows by and a bee,
Dancing and swirling as if in a dream

Will follow the coastline, for shinier days
Are awaiting its coming, tomorrow
And its wings are reflecting the shining rays
Of the sun, that remembers no sorrow




Submitted on 2006-12-06 09:42:33     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I wish I could write with the ease it seems you completed this poem. "I think I'll write something bright and happy...there we go!" Suddenly there is a really good poem before you. LoL

The title invited me to read this, who wouldn't want to see a "bright and happy poem"? Good idea to put that in the title, it certainly worked for me! I like this piece a lot--especially:

Can you not see what the sunlight will bring
Eternally sunshine will rise
Can you not hear the birdsong of spring
As the winter gives up its disguise

Very nice flow and wonderful description of the darkness and depression receding into something good and peaceful.

I also like the last line, where you say that the sun remembers no sorrow. What a great way to put it! And so true! The sun represents happiness and hope and all things that are not dark and dreary...like sorrow. Someday the sun will shine again...I swear that is in a poem somewhere. The sun remembers no sorrow.

Fabulous!

-Cari
| Posted on 2006-12-11 00:00:00 | by prettybaby | [ Reply to This ]


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