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TR Jones


Sunlike Clockwork


The sun goes down in the west
This show appears to be best
As it slips out of sight
I try as I might
To turn my head and walk
But memories will always stalk

Now in the darkness of night
I train my eyes for sight
Waiting for the next rising
That will be so surprising
Waiting is all I can do
And hope I get carried through

Now the sun is again rising
This new day is so mesmerizing
It's so bright, so gay
Now that I've started this new day
In the back of my mind I regret
That I know this sun will eventually set

Submitted: Saturday, July 07, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 19, 2011

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