Karen Marie Haas
Sunshine - Poem by Karen Marie Haas
Sunshine, my sweet sunshine,
Why have you disappeared?
You've set into the earth,
And filled our hearts with fear. Your eyes that once shined,
Your smile ever so bright.
Could lighten a dark room,
On a cold December night. So we must remember,
And I will never forget.
That, at one time,
Even the most beautiful sunshine must set!
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