Basanta Dhungana

Welcome Sunshine

Do you feel like the day's so bright
Flowers bloom with colours of the sunlight
The warm breeze escalates the taste
Yellow rays over little leaves i see
They begin to sing making up a rhyme
'Welcome Sunshine'
This easy sight have glazed my eyes
Clouds, , white and white gathers by
As if feathers all beneath the blue sky
It feels so high
It feels so high
Looking the bright blue sky
Birds begins to dance in air
Crazy little animals leap somewhere
When the warmth catch their senses
They begin to sing making up a rhyme
'Welcome sunshine'
Snowy mountains adorn their peaks with
golden crown
The jewels begins to glow on their own
In the distant north there is a paradise
That wakes up with an early sunrise
The stream begins to flow down the hill
Anywhere anyhow or against their will
There is no misery neither any obstacle
When the dark little pebble begins to sparkle
They begin to sing making up a rhyme
'Welcome Sunshine'

Submitted: Sunday, December 11, 2011

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