Treasure Island

Joel Baldwin


Sun Beams


The sun gives light
In the daytime
Illuminates the moon
At night
Without it, we would
Freeze to death
In darkness with no light
Every day,
The sun is there
Whether we can see it
Or not
Amazingly the
Perfect distance
So that we're
Not too hot
Not too cold
Not frozen stiff
Or burned to a crisp

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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Composed on the spot, in reflection of the sun, what it is, and what it does.3/11/14

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