The Sun - Poem by aigis nalian
The morning sun sings a sweet greeting,
With golden rays to shake your hands;
And spread some cheer throughout these lands,
With some dew's presence, fleeting.
And misery floating through the night,
Disappears, vanishes from its sight...
'Tis a sweet dazzling dawn's delight
'Tis when all your sorrows become alright.
Dark clouds may come, dark clouds may go,
But the sun, always keeps returning,
Never yet could the darkest cloud keep
The sun away, 'tis still bright and burning.
There never was seen, a brighter face around
Than the sun, to awaken you and to inspire...
Never a better way to begin this day
Than to live out your dream, your heart's desire...
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