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Poem Details | by Jo Daniel |
Categories: death, dedication, encouraging,

The Sun Will Soon Shine Again


Do not drown in your sorrow,
This dark storm is not the end,
Look forward to tomorrow,
This cloud too shall pass, my friend;

It's difficult, I agree,
To stop thinking of the past,
Those memories won't just flee,
Give it some time, not so fast;

Hold on to the True Anchor,
The sun will soon shine again,
Jesus, the Light, when darker,
Does comfort you, so brighten;

In your deepest pain of grief,
Look to Him and find relief.


03/06/17



Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: allegory, death, fantasy, imagination, lovesun,

Before The Sun Sets

The sun set with a golden glow the day on which you I met
 On that special  walk in the beautiful  park as the sun set

The sun set a glowing red as I walked with no threat
Amongst the trees of different hues as the sun set

The sun set slowly going down dropping, to it I'm indebt
To enjoying every minute of color as slowly the sun set

The sun set quietly didn't say a word but drew
Others to come in and watch closely as the sun set

The sun sets for you and me my handsome dear
Come close lets get all we can from life before fully the sun sets


Poem Details | by mary youkhana |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, best friend, betrayal, body, care, creation, cry, dark, emotions, feelings, happiness, happy, heart, how i feel, joy, life, lonely, missing you, star, sun, sympathy, teen,

we are stars

people are like stars,
some are younger,
some are older,
some are brighter,
some are darker,
some are bigger,
some are smaller,
but in the end we are all the same.
all together.
shining bright with our personality.
dont care about what other people think.
its their own opinion.
be unique,be you.
you are who you are, and who you are is all their gonna get.
so shine like a star!!!

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: funeral, grief, sun,

FAREWELL TABLEAU

Funeral today Teardrops flow freely I gaze at the sky Sun sets on your life Glorious gold glow Soothes my breaking heart Jan Allison 16th October 2014 Contest: Design Your Tableau Sponsor: Nette Onclaud 3. One day I saw the sun set forty-four times!' … 'You know, when you're feeling very sad, sunsets are wonderful ~awarded 4th place~


Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: hope, seasons

A DEATH IN THE SUN

At last
At last we know
He was not always to be
He was not permanent
Not the everlasting punished
Not the everlasting punisher
Not some northern Prometheus
Caught
Caught stealing ice and snow
From a northern God’s Olympus

Today
Today I see
See the slush-puddle formed
Where he stood
Where the snowman stood
‘Neath roiling    blasted skies
Looking out
Looking straight ahead
With cold    blue-crystal eyes

Today 
Today I see
See the clear puddle formed
Faintly rippling in the wind
Reflecting
Reflecting VICTORY!
Reflecting sky’s ultimate
Her searing    golden eye


Poem Details | by Lochan Chugh |
Categories: death, emotions, fear, humor, life, loneliness, sun,

Let's die

It was a height of 250 metres,
But I wasn’t afraid;
I looked down
And there wasn’t even my shade.

The sun was already jumping
But with a low speed,
“ I can perform better,
 I am not going to give the lead.”

Took a deep breath
And I was in air,
Time stopped,
And silence reached there.

The sun began moving upward,
Or I began moving downward,
I was flying,
But like a dead bird.

When from the ground,
I wasn’t really high,
Mind said,“ change in plan,
Let the sun first die”.

Poem Details | by Meggan Rogalski |
Categories: death, life, nature, passion, peace, seasons, time, me,

The trail of the dying sun

The trail of the dying sun
told me of your tears
and the west wind
brought me your name

The river spoke
of all our fears
the ocean
felt the same

The earth waits to receive your bones
and your spirit be cradled by sky
all we are is dust and thought
dust and thought until we die

Poem Details | by Jun Gonzales |
Categories: death, forgiveness, god, good friday, jesus, sorrow,

Why Hides the Sun His Face As In Defeat

LXXVIII 
Why hides the sun his face as in defeat?
The day is done and this ninth hour had come
As sorrows flood with tears that grace his feet
That faints the eye of such a tempest calm

Then stillness breaks the hanging Victor shouts
Man’s worst is done yet still may perish not
For God his best hath done that leaves no doubt 
Unblemished lamb in whom there is no spot

The grievous cross by which he suffered death
He welcomed with his open arms so wide
Forgave our sins, forever to forget 
And rent the veil that set a great divide

The finished sacrifice my gap did breach
What glorious grace is this by which I’m reached!

Poem Details | by Matthew Anish |
Categories: allegory, imagination, inspirational, life, nature, sun, sympathy,

Sympathy for the Sun

     Just call it sympathy 
for the sun
      As the moon rises
the sun is displaced
      by a cold orb
The day is over and 
our star has done it's job
Call it sympathy 
for the sun
We're moving under 
a full moon
  Bravely it sends down 
it's bright beams to this 
    planet
But for life to prosper 
   we need more light
Night will pass
    We wait for 
the return 
         of the golden orb
   call it sympathy for the sun
     Find that the battle's won
Just call it sympathy for the sun 

Poem Details | by akhil sankurathri |
Categories: 12th grade, america, anxiety, death of a friend, emotions, fear, hope,

The Children of the Sun

The lights are out tonight,
But our struggles still ignite
The hay of hope, like hearth
Amidst the cold and dark.

To the temples in the sky,
For Heaven-on-Earth we cry.
We're our own Kingdom Come,
For we're the Children of the Sun.

The sinners passing by
Might greet us with goodbye.
Is it their guns against us might?
They wouldn't stand against our light.

Come Hell or Highwater,
With our sons and our daughters
We'll stand together as one,
For we're the Children of the Sun.

Poem Details | by Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: death of a friend, happiness,

The Spirit of the Sun Dial

THE SPIRIT OF THE SUN DIAL

I only tell of sunny hours ...
From dawn til dusk imparting my fair message
Evoking warmth and love throughout the day
No time for shadows hinting at dark presage

But when the shade of night engulfs my dial
A darkening of spirit, life force scorns
The moon now points the hours of denial
Its gleam bare luminating dismal forms

I see the blackness in the hearts of men
And feel despair that overcomes the soul
My spirit plumbs a dark and secret glen
Til lambent rays tint peaks; at last console

Then blessed dawn brings sun in its ascension
Restores my purpose vital, my redemption

Poem Details | by Michael Miers |
Categories: allegory, arabic, baby, bereavement, care, grave, hyperbole,

sun on brick

line against the wall
fat birds too wrung out to drive
later, rooms' sweet ease

Poem Details | by Dana Smith |
Categories: death, girlfriend-boyfriend, nature, morning, sun,

The Dying Beauty

Lovely flower, how thee shines so brightly, But what hath you be, when the sun must fall? The sun must cease shining e'er so slightly, Then the sunset be your beauty's last call What happens when your morning dew has dried? Sprinkled reflection of morning passes What when the sunlight's golden hue has died, And you're all alone in dying grasses? What will you be, when your stem has turned brown? And there's no set of eyes to admire? What when your lovely blue petals fall down, And there's nothing left of you to desire? Your beauty shall forever be the past, And this death of your color be the last~

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: abuse, africa, conflict, dark, death, sun, tree,

Ethiopian Sun

            Ethiopian Sun

My first born son, Bon, died today in my arms
Thin arms, swollen stomach, flies touching
The cold glazed eyes of his tiny body
My tears can’t save him
Quench what was thirst
Or wash away the sins of living
He will never know to read or write
He did not know the name of his own land
And killer Ethiopian sun
Which he just died under
Or his sister, sweet Biny
Who lost her life at the hands
Of the bandit war lords Marxist Berg
I laid her ravaged body down under sun and dying
Endangered Hagenia Abyssinica tree  
With no hope in Ethiopia  
Soon, all would be gone

9/23/14 Free Verse Poem- Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by rob carmack |
Categories: beauty, bird, death, growth, spiritual, sunset, time,

Songs of a Setting Sun

dusk’s curtain ends
a bird’s melody
what of your legacy

tick tock amends
near the sum of days
are you still in old ways

for what transcends
your last setting sun
have you left it undone

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Contest: Questionku Two
Sponsor: Richard Lamoureux
10.20.15

Poem Details | by VAL BROOKLYN Rogers BLK PANTHER |
Categories: anxiety, fire, grief, rain, engagement,

SAVAGE SUN

The glaring sneering Sun has
Beat me down to the pavement.

The hot the heat
The flaring has won.

The. Violent engagement beastly
Perspiration beseigement

Beaming steaming gleaming
Dazed AMAZED seeking shade
From deathly rays.

Prone to bemoan the scorching
Phase of days of UNFALLING RAIN

Nick named SMOKRD AND turned
FIRE STARTER SUN 
Churned and burned

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: birth, day, death, night, stars, sun,

Stars Reborn



A million stars fall deep in shade, 
shade of valley thickened with leaves.
Leaves cradle stars in fiery graves.
Graves tended to by trees that grieve. 

Grieve not, they cry from ashen earth.
Earth slows her spin as mourners wane.
Wane of night's stars sprays dust around,
around lightning in summer’s reign. 

Reign of night ends come bright sunrise.
Sunrise of dawn takes sovereign throne.
Throne dims at dusk with glowing stars,
stars rise, reborn; dawn’s sun outshone. 


Inspired by Nette’s contest (4 Line)
       

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: grief, love, sun,

THE HEALING SUN

THE HEALING SUN


Painful long night passed
Tears on pillow ran many
Dreams forgot to come

Sun came through window
Found lonely suffering heart
Healing wound at once!


© Demetrios Trifiatis
    02 June 2013

Poem Details | by HGarvey Daniel Esquire |
Categories: forgiveness, funeral, hope,

The Sun Rose Again - Part Three

                                              Maybe??!!

Poem Details | by Kirin Lawrence |
Categories: absence, death, grandmother, grief,

Autumn Sun

You will find me again

In the place you’ve never been

Once everything’s said and done

In the heart of the autumn sun

When the weather drips its hues

Faint, fading colors

 the leaves will lose

Drop to the earth

 with a hint of white	

Falling under trees

 In the days’ waning light

Waves of Gold grown old

All your secrets and troubles untold

You shall call and I will hide

Forever will I be by your side


Poem Details | by Kyle Casker |
Categories: death, mythology, sun, voyage,

Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming, of course this is known.
Dark skies draw near and the birds have flown.
The nights grow shiverous, dark, and wet
While Sol (Saw-L) nestles in Horizon’s net.
Baratheon suffers the pass of a King

but perhaps his fall was less than a sting
and a new ruler takes place, whom you wish not rein.
Lannisters do not fret from most threats
They know Winter is Coming  .

High and Honor is the Falcon’s Wing.
Forces of Vale to defend Robin.
Mysterious sights appear upset.
White walkers return, not many have met.
Bloody Snow soon soils the spring.
Winter is coming death it will ring.

Poem Details | by ali hammoud |
Categories: day, destiny, earth, grief, sun, time,

Time

I watched the shadow
Trying to make sense of time!

Poem Details | by Ashutosh Gupta |
Categories: art, beauty, death, earth, family, poets, sun,

Death

Earthworm is dying in sun.
A lone poet,
an unpoetic family.

Poem Details | by AJAYI RASHEED |
Categories: absence, character, death,

THE SUN SETS

HERE COME THE PARTAKER
HERE COMES THE UNDERTAKER
IS IT THE JUSTICE
IS IT THE PRACTICE

THE PARTAKER IS KNOWN
THE UNDERTAKER IS UNKNOWN
JUSTICE PARTAKER ROLLS ON
WHEN THE SUN SETS

WHEN THE SUN RISES 
THE LENGTH OF THE JOURNEY 
UNPREDICTABLE IT IS 

THE SUN IS A  DEMOCRAT
TRIBUTES TO THE SUN
FAREWELL TO GANI FAWEHINMI

Poem Details | by James Kelley |
Categories: age, death, introspection, metaphor, spiritual, stars, sun,

Goosebumps

I stayed there, for too long
in the cruel arms of a sunset
that had forgotten I was there.
Its wink slowly cast an itchy
blanket over the hope I had found
in blue skies; My skin reached upward,
blistered by the groan of mortality’s tick.
There is little time to waste.
The turn, once again left me in the dark,
grappling with solitude among the masses. 
And so I waited for starlight’s touch to 
calm the sandstorm in my bones.
Waited for the battle between light
and dark, so I could paint my eyes
with the blood of a new vision
for tomorrow and be ready to perceive 
everything that I had once, let slip away.
-James Kelley 2014, All rights reserved.