The Sun Came Out Forever - Poem by Twilight Whispers
I think it was the winter time
When I saw you last
Since then so much around me has changed
So much time has past.
I felt cold and lonely
I didn’t know why I cried
I couldn’t find my confidence
No matter how I tried.
I slumped to school and swallowed back
Desperate, lonesome tears.
I didn’t know who to turn to
To tell them all my fears.
But then there came the summertime
It was sunny and warm
Mr. S smiled and told me that
I’d be fine, like the colourful, singing dawn.
And then I saw you grinning
I found my sweet refrain
I saw my glowing rainbow
I forgot the soaking rain.
You picked me up when I was down
You changed me every time I’d frown
You gave me belief that I’d been longing for
You were my brightest, shiniest star.
I hope I can say I’ll see you
I hope one day I’ll meet you
I hope one day you’ll remember
All the times, all the lovely, happy times
That you made me smile so widely
That the sun came out forever.
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