Sunrise to Sunset

March 1, 2011
By Sunshine_Sarah SILVER, New Brighton, Minnesota
Sunshine_Sarah SILVER, New Brighton, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
"To every beginning, there is an end"


Sunshiny skies says a single statement.
Sunrise, so start sending sadness sailing.
Sing the songbird’s sweet song,
Sway like sylphlike swans

Scorching Sahara sun,
Sweetly sketch semi-synthetic silhouettes.
Slender, sand snakes slithering
Swiftly, to snatch a snack.

Still, steady sunset slowly sliding
Setting a skyline in sight.
Sounds soften, as sleep spellbinds
Into sanctuary.

Starry skies sparkle showing scintillation.
Sprinkling star dust swims silently
Seducing sinful into sinless.
Stars fade, sleep’s spell softens.

Sunshiny skies says a single statement.
Sunrise, so start sending sadness sailing.


The author's comments:
Great example of Alliteration, repetition of consonants, while following the sun all the way through an entire day.

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