Sun Rise/Sun Set Poem by Sidi Mahtrow

Sun Rise/Sun Set



Some come to Sarasota
For the Beautiful Sunsets
The last glow in the evening
The phosphorescence in the water
The 'Green' flash as the day ends.

I am here for the Sun Rise
The promise of another day
A day in which there are not enough hours
Too many things to be done
Too much to be enjoyed.

The early time when stars hang heavy in the sky
Before the break of dawn
When grey gives rise to a burst of color
Reflections of the sun's rays upon the clouds
A glow long before the sun rises.

Then in all its glory
The colors, cannot be describe
Fill the morning sky
Followed by the sun hanging,
An orange globe, a Japanese lantern.

A new day is here
God has granted
One more day on earth
To find much to do
And be thankful.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Captain Cur 25 July 2012

Sidi, a wonderful uplifting poem richly worked and full of images.

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