Stacy Bea

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When the sun sets


When the sun sets
darkness sets in
a new world opens

In our heart
on a bad day darkness sets in
we are changed

Darkness within the heart
does not mean we are evil
just means we have changed

i slept one night and the next
i was different
my friends are different

Love-Dark-hate-Light
what is the difference...

When the sun sets our souls change
we are never the same person
the ember light on the herizon changes all

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008

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  • Rookie Mark Nwagwu (5/29/2008 6:42:00 AM)

    sunset is an illusion - the sun never really sets. and so we change with the light for the sun is ever there for us. As you say: love, dark hate, light. I hope, not necessarily in that order. let's leave hate out, whatever may or may not be angry, yes, please do not hate. we shall wake to the sun (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Anggie Servian (4/29/2008 7:11:00 AM)

    A nice poem with dark atmosphere. A unique combination. I think your poem is about a person who changed since sth bad happened in his or her life. Well, we always wants and likes the sun to shine. But as the sun sets, a new day will come, and it may be a better one. Best wishes... (Report) Reply

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