A Letter to the Sun

Poem by: I am Revera Love

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What I wanted to say to him. I think I finally have it right.

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Submitted: February 16, 2012

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Submitted: February 16, 2012

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Blasted Sun with eyes so fair,

Why must you burn our world?

Your endless flame of destruction,

My cause for all despare.

 

I give my love so freely

Why can you never see?

The seering scars upon my heart,

Threatening our Eternity.

 

I bare these scars with smiles.

I hide my silver tears,

Your moon will always love you.

but 'tis you who cause her fears.

 

How can you not see

these midnight tears that fall.

I shy, My weakness...

Only atributed to thee.

 

I plead with you Dear Sun

Open those golden eyes.

 

See what you have done to me

Be the Sun you say you'd be

Light up our eternity

Or let us fall to ashes.


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A Letter to the Sun

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