Treasure Island

Victoria Robbins

(Seaside, Oregon)

Oh, Glorious June Morning


Oh, how refreshing, after so many dark and gloomy days
To wake up with the sun flooding my room with a golden yellow light.
Oh, what a relief, after so long the somber sky did cloud my weary gaze
To bask in eternal summer! I had forgotten that the sun could shine so bright.
Oh, glorious June morning, you have saved us from the rain's monotonous drear!
For all too long, in the shadow of sky, we had lost heart.
Let the sun blaze forth again, whose revitalizing energy renews our hope and brings us cheer!
For Earth and Sun were never meant to be apart.

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

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I woke up to a gorgeous morning, and the first thought in my head was a poem.

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