Marketa Richnavska

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Sunshine Just Kissed My Neck

and made my day better

Im just sitting here thinking
getting sadder and sadder
And from behind the curtains
it just blinks at me
Makes me smile and happy
like I wanna be
Making my neck warm
on the exact place I like
making my blood flow
finding that one spike
that has been in my heart
that followed me in mind
that kept drowning my mood
and was really hard to find

The light I needed inside
was now showing me itself
through the sheet of glass
I thought wasn't my serf

But as I found out
this thin lay of good
was just what I needed
was making up my mood.

That thin ply of glass
that let the light in
was just what I needed
to caress my skin.

That one single thread
that touched my eyes and soul
helped me to make better
what was turning sour

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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I was completely sad and felt like world is all grey, I was sitting next to covered window and this one single thread of sunshine made me realise that nothing is as bad as it seems and the sun goes up every single morning and the world is still turning and my problems will be solved eventually.

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