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A Sunset
by Susan K. de Vegter

Monday, March 20, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Nature paints her sunsets for everyone...
Lover's see them in a different way.


What do I know of sunsets
When it doesn't concern your arms
It sure does get confusing
For sunsets have their charm
Yet witnessing one without you
Can make for an evening's beauty
While with you it is a new shine
It even gets intuitive.

Your visual is of a mango
With colors in orange contrast
Your senses are comfort from lithium rays
Shot out with a beauty attack
Your nerves are then rearranged
Your smile is one... content
All-in-all it's a memorial prelude
For a comfort of soul, I meant.

Yet without you a sunset is a gift from nature
To ease your evening on down
To a sleepy time for man and beast
With heartbeats...the
But with you a sunset's a symphony
With colors drawn out real slow
With tangerine flavored budding
From two heart's inner glow.

It's the shadow waltzing profiles
Into the evening shade
Then into the arms of dreaming
That love has proudly made
The sky is blue at morning
When sunsets ease us down
It's timing in nature's beauty
With love it gets ... profound.

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/21/2006
Raising love to a higher level.

Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/21/2006
Oh so very lovely and romantic, this is just beautiful,

Reviewed by Peter Paton 3/21/2006
Elton John said it all when he said " Don't let the sun go down on me "...:)
Each new day is a new beginning, each new sunrise and sunset are absolutely unique, and your composition flows with the majesty and diversity of life, Susan
Your romantic side is showing brightly in this one
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/21/2006

Stimulating, beautiful lines enhance the sunset in verse; I love it. Well done!

My favorite?

"The sky is blue at morning
when sunsets ease us down
It's timing in nature's beauty
With love it gets ... profound"

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 3/21/2006
I like the evening light of sunset, especially when it lights a room with a soft glow. The sky's parade certainly draws painters and poets and nature lovers. In Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast books there is a scene of people being charged to view the sunset. Maybe one day the government will charge for air, like they do water. Never miss an angle... or a sunset. :-)) Your eyes have seen the glory, Susan!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/21/2006
Well done...I like it!!

And the sun have never let me down!!

love Tinka

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