Days To Pass - Poem by Dayle Gaylin
The warmth of the morning sun reaches down and brings life.
Arise from the depths of the sea. Stand up and be one.
Draw back from the evils, go forth and stand out.
Unite as a family. Do what must be done.
The hardships of the years, past and to come.
Make up the person within.
Release your feelings, express yourself.
Let the joys of the day begin.
When sadness strikes, bare down and be strong.
Let the weak ones cry out in the night.
Be proud and walk tall in the days that’s come forth
from the warmth of the morning sun light.
At the close of the day, the sun sets in the hills.
Only to you your thoughts can be free.
Relax and unwind from the day that’s gone by.
Who knows what tomorrow will bring...
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