Treasure Island

celia hinojosa

(8/24/97 / california)

Ugly Sunset


It wouldn't rise to become the sun
Afraid of shinning it's true beauty 
Hiding in the horizon about to cause night
Bringing fear and causing evil to come out
So this once beautiful sunset that was the world to me turned ugly
Look at it! What do you see that is so beautiful about this ugly sunset
Is it how it causes fright to parents
Or how slowly it goes down with everyone's happiness like sucking the life out of you like a black hole
You ugly sunset with your beautiful shades of color and your reflection on the ocean, why are you hiding from beauty? we were once the world me and you but now look at you, your a mess.
Now all you are is one ugly sunset sucking up all the beauty this world has.
So keep hiding in the horizon ugly sunset!  
But in the end you'll regret not showing you true beauty.

Submitted: Monday, May 07, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 08, 2012

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