Just the Sunshine and Me

December 1, 2011
By Vintage_Flower BRONZE, GARFIELD, New Jersey
Vintage_Flower BRONZE, GARFIELD, New Jersey
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On a field of green
I dance before the setting sun
The sky is turned in a swirl of gold
The lake has painted a portrait
Of the sun and me
Oh how the melodic birds sing
Composing a song for me and him
As we waltz on the clovers
But our ball has come to a closing
Tomorrow we shall dance again
As lively as we can
His rays will kiss my face once more
And I shall be revived
For the night parts us
The stars are my guide
A sparkling treasure map
That leads me to him repeatedly

The author's comments:
This poem came from the heart, not necessarily an experience or
memory, for one cannot dance with the sun. It does not resemble a
relationship between humans but of a girl and the nature
surrounding her. But on how she is feeling when the sun's
rays capture her heart and warm her soul.Also on how nature can
resemble many other materialistic things also.

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