Bernard F. Asuncion
And Soon The Sunlight - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
Soon the sunlight
Turns its shine to the dark side;
Only when the thick clouds
start to disappear and hide.
Rough sea seems to occur ofttimes,
Overflowing river due to vile clime;
Storm sinks my hopes and dreams,
As I gather my shattered senses on time.
Red or crimson future though
Is beginning to clear my sight;
One day it's a beautiful view,
and soon the sunlight.
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