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THE DISAPPEARED SUN

Poetry By: IMAD UL ISLAM
Memoir



This poem is dedicated to the departed cousin of mine.....He passed away at the age of just 19.....I dedicate this poem to him....


Submitted:Jan 21, 2013    Reads: 67    Comments: 20    Likes: 12   


THE DISAPPEARED SUN

The sun came out after a long reign of night.
All was dark, dull, silence reigned the night.
No stars to be seen no moon to be seen.
Clouds, dark black reigned all over the silence.

Eventually the sun rose bright and shining.
Diminishing all the hopeless hopes.
Turning them into hopes, hopes bright white;
Ending those dull reigns bringing some light.

It made them fall the clouds of hopelessness.
Everyone became warm, the day ended the night.
The sun shining bright softly smiled;
And made the birds the trees the whole earth smile.

Without letting them know the clouds gathered cleverly.
Slowly but cleverly they hid the sun's face.
They made it disappear the sun floating high.
And the sun went down without even saying bye.

Now come and see the eyes full of tears red.
The leaves have fell down and flown with the wind.
The hopelessness has returned the night ended the day.
The bright day will return it's hard to say.

I think he didn't say bye because;
He knows that ice always thaws.
The time will surely run away.
And everybody knows none can stay.





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