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The Sun is sinking

waves washing over my feet.

I dig my toes deep into the sand,

seagulls occasionally come to greet.

 

Take a deep breath

Sit on the big rock nearby,

Watch the Sun sink deeper,

more seagulls fly.

 

More emotions thrash,

more waves crash

Sun sinks even deeper,

leaving numerous stars to appear.

 

The beach is silent

the riseon Moon emits a glow

It won't be the same again.

One day, I'll have to go.

 

Leave a bit early,

The end is spreading through me

I have to remind myself constantly,

I must spend my last moments happily.

 

Take in as much sunshine

from the numbered days I've got,

Conflicted in emotions

Neither rainfall, nor drought.

 

It's taking over me

Stripping me of all hope

Flashing right before my eyes,

There are some things with you just can't cope.

 

Drinking up all my peace

Flooding me with fear

No point in being depressed,

No point in shedding a tear.

 

It has turned into my enemy

which happens to be right inside of me,

I don't know much strength I have

I don't know how much stronger I can be.

 

Some things have no solution

Some things have no cure.

The pipes and therapies tell me,

my future is unsure.

 

The waves thrash and throw

I am ankle-deep in sand

I want the waves to wash my fear,

take and guide me by the hand.

 

But I'll need to leave a bit early

Because the end is spraeding through me

I have to remind myself constantly,

I must spend my last moments happily.

 

Take in as much sunshine

from the numbered days I've got,

Conflicted in emotions

Neither rainfall, nor drought.

 

I look up at the sky.

The stars are calm and clear,

No point in being depressed,

No point in shedding a tear.

 

No need to get worried

Because the Sun will soon rise above,

And I will finally be free and happy

Because I'll be watching from, that same above.




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