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I am Sun
by Lew Duffey
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Isn't Gods creation beautiful? Do you do as I do. I take notice of the rising sun, the moon and every star that lights the darkness of the sky at night. It inspired me to write this poem.


 

I greet you each morning from the eastern sky
The darkness of night acknowledges my orange glow
Before long it forfeits its hold on the western sky
Soon I have full jurisdiction over a sky of blue
And I play joyfully with the clouds as they flow by
I bring warmth and light to awaken you
My day has begun as I slowly rise in the east
And getting warmer and brighter by the middle of the day
I watch from above as the wind plays through the trees
And they wave proudly as if to say
Hello Dear friend we welcome you warmth on this cold January day
By evening time I will have traveled west and soon concede once more to the darkness
I say hello and a quick goodbye to the moon as I prepare for my rest
Be not sad my dear friend for I will only take leave for the night
You will once more be awakened in the morning to the orange glow of my light
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Reviewed by Daring Sunshine
Seeing this loviness you've expressed I think is a foretaste of what we'll someday see. Thank you for the lovely description.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
God's creation is indeed, so very wondrous; and more of us should take notice of it, each and every day, and cherish it.
Reviewed by Cindy Tuttle
Love this Lew! Today in Sacramento Calif. it was a beautiful sunny day!

With Love,
Cindy
Reviewed by George Carroll
Brilliantly conceived and written.
Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
....for I must light the other side of a darkened world! My light they too expect...

I couldn't help adding that bit, dear Lew, for I once lived in New Zealand, and when I saw the sun, I knew there was darkness where you are.

You are so clever with these writes. You deeply stir my thoughts! Thank you. :)

Abundant blessings,
Lena
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
Wonderfully done, Lew.


GOD BLESS YOU
TONY
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