The Sun and I

December 24, 2009
By Hala Saleh BRONZE, Alain, ABUDHABI, Florida
Hala Saleh BRONZE, Alain, ABUDHABI, Florida
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I woke up at the morning ,
At the very very late morning
And washed my teeth till they shone,

I played all day
At the weather of May
Then I went to water my loan,
Then I started to sing
And our bell had to ring for me to go have breakfast alone,

And as the evening came,
My life was so lame,
So I washed my face and went home.

The sun woke up at the morning ,
At the very very early morning
And washed its teeth till they shone,

It played all day
At the weather of May
Then the clouds had to water their loan,
And the bell had to ring,
It seemed like to sing
for the sun for some time to go home,



then the sun came back
and packed its sack
and watched the people as they roam,

and as the evening came,
the sun’s life was so lame,
so it washed its face and went home.



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