Jesus James Llorico


Another Sunset


'In a few subtle moments...
Seeing the rays of the last sunshine
As it graced through the desert
Like some lustrous beams of golden lines

To me, this portrays an intimate attachment
Like the winds and my words
With skies that harmonize my thoughts
That only God has the power to provide
And this feeling of growing old
Away from home
And missing my family
Where the only way to release the stress
Is to be with my inner self
To be part of this nature
And I have come to a realization that
My writings...
Could be my life's greatest glory
Or just plain personal tragedy

As the glow has completely faded
I just watched the world silently
And think of what life has created
For me, my friends and family.'

Submitted: Friday, July 11, 2014

Topic(s): love and pain


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  • Colleen Courtney (7/11/2014 7:11:00 AM)

    What a great honest reflective write! Love how you described your comfortableness of being with your inner self and contemplating your life. A really beautiful poem written from within. (Report) Reply

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