Poems About: SUN
Poems on / about :
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325.In The Puddles
Rain bashing, rain crashing,
In the puddles, children splashing,
Mother's tongue has started lashing,
Everyone is wet! read more »Ernestine Northover
326.Kid and the Sun
I look up in the sky and i see so many shapes and colors.
My life is what u see, but the colors are so dear to me
Kid talk- U make me smile everytime u shine
Sun-I want u to feel good and warm everytime read more »Derrick Parsee
The lines stretch far and infinitely
along Kabuli mountains.
The lines stretch.
Millions read more »Michael Timothy Rose
328.Under The Sun
She walks alone,
She closes her eyes, read more »SceneKid ...
329.The Dying Sun
The sun used to shine so bright
now dimmed by the winter storm
the days seem to be all twilight
the sun on my face is no longer warm read more »Kay Barcelon
330.The White Dove
A white dove came to me
The sun was high.. read more »Carolyn Sears
331.the moon and the sun
the moon and the sun looked at each other's eyes
oh.what a surprise! ! they have already met at sunset! !
oh, my, at night they got separed!
their heart was unprepared... read more »Kuji soliman
the sun to me i a flower, a flower with flames for petals.
the sun to me is a moon on fire.
the sun is like a star, but brighter than all the others.
the sun is like a sugar cube, sweet on all sides. read more »james bowling
333.2011/03/30 Sun-Bleached Blue
A brilliant blue sky in sea-side holiday style
with golden dollops of sunshine awakened
memories of good times, then I broke down,
admitted I am not a visionary who can keep read more »Margaret Alice
334.The Red Sun
Far across the waters
The wind and rain it gathers
Looks like a storm
The world has never seen read more »Bill Simmons
335.If Only the Sun Would Rise
If the sun would rise, I would be grateful.
Because a new day is starting.
Not like yesterday, or the day before;
A day when no one should be hateful. read more »Andrew Long
336.She is the Sun, I am the Moon
When the day starts and the roosters crow
The sun comes out, that we all know
And with its warm and bright bueatifull glow
The animals rejoice, and the trees grow read more »Lawerence Campbell