Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Sunlight - Poem by Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Shine shining bright that gives
Heat to the coldness of life,
Power comes from energy substance of
Space explodes in time day, comfort and light.
A new day comes giving us privilege to
Face life again, to brighten up,
To have a purpose of existence
To live a better way, to go on,
To inspired to the shadows of light.
As the waking morning arrived
Here to view in mind to warm up us again.
And for each passing day ahead day by day
In any purposes and meaning with any experiences
We have for the day that life may bring to
Each journey. The sun light is there
To remind us that always light up
To face it all at once.
© Jocelyn sumido-Dunbar
5 June 2007
8: 00 AM
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