Part 1 - The Sun - Poem by Leslie Alexis
Many Sunflower fields He planted up there
And daffodil ponds are everywhere.
The seas are yellow, they are never blue,
And there's no green, trees are yellow too.
The bees are different, of something the lack,
On a closer look, it's the color black.
Their fluttering wings give the rays of day.
Santa's is happy when he rides his sleigh;
Rudolph is huge; his nose is a pawpaw,
On seeing him, you'll be taken with awe.
The sun's a place that's completely merry,
Never tasted sweet ‘till sun-kissed cherry.
At a closer glance, all my thoughts are blown;
Until you see the sun, beauty is unknown.
Copyright © 2010 Leslie Alexis
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