Treasure Island

Hafeni Nghidinua

(1993 july 14th / Ongwediva)

The Sun Will Set


The day is good and filled with laughter
The sun is bright and makes everything look good
Friends will be around when the sun shines brighter
But everyone disappears during the gloom

Everyone loves being under the sun
It's a beautiful place were all is fun
Promises are made when the sun is bright
Never wondering when it'll turn night

The sun will set it has to set
Every day at a scheduled crest
And in the dark of the no lit sky
Promises are broken and friendships will die

So make your promises under the sun
Enjoy your friends and have some fun
Though I promise you when the sun is gone
All the promisers will be on the run
And every friend will be no were in sight
Everyone loves day but many fear the night

Submitted: Monday, December 03, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 03, 2012

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