Kay Barcelon

Rookie (December / Manila Philippines)

The Dying Sun

The sun used to shine so bright
now dimmed by the winter storm
the days seem to be all twilight
the sun on my face is no longer warm

The sun no longer grace us with her affection
Days are cold and the nights are freezing
Sharp pains piercing straight through my bones
Hear my plea You can make the sun shining

I look at you though I see the warmth
Yet I feel a cold chill and a bitter spirit
Coldness I can feel slowly squeezing my heart
A silent tear running down on my cold cheek

The days and nights are fading into one
Never to see a tree blossom or a flower bloom
I beg for shine until the last of my dying breath
But I can only hear the sun’s whispers of death

Hear my prayer please be here
Keep my sun shining throughout the day
I need your warmth to keep me well
Or in a cold bitter place I bid you goodbye

Submitted: Monday, February 19, 2007
Edited: Thursday, January 20, 2011
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  • Rookie Nestor Sbariggi (2/19/2007 9:20:00 AM)

    Kay... I read this and I feel like going to give you a big hug. Seems like love is dying, fading... bitterness and coldness instead the old warmth. Beautiful poem Kay.

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