Loretta Doyle Smalley

Rookie (April 25,1986 / Grant Hospital Columbus, Ohio)

The Sun


The sun shines very brightly.
When cluds are not covering it.
The sun is yellow.
The sun comes up in the morning. The sun shines during the day.
The sun has rays.
Which are called Sun Rays.
The Sun Rays are also known as Heat Waves.

Submitted: Monday, May 09, 2005

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Comments about this poem (The Sun by Loretta Doyle Smalley )

  • Rookie Karen Hill (5/22/2006 7:43:00 PM)

    I love pomes but it has no no felling at all i dont mean to be rude but it suck first it
    is about the sun then it is science about the sun (Report) Reply

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