Rody Cesar


Rise and Shine Poem by Rody Cesar


Rise and Shine
The sun creates a light everyone loves
So Beautiful, an Iphone can agree with it's vine
Birds chirping, grass mowing, and an occasional dove
Seeing is believing
I'm talking about feeling it within your core
It can be appreciated or even achieving
Even can be shine bright down through the poor
Day by day we take it for granted
Not caring if it probably won't come up tomorrow
For me, in my soul, each bright light is planted
It's main job; to get rid of my sorrows
Yellow, bright orange, or maybe it's red
We're never too sure what color it could be
It's whatever it can be as summed up in my head
Wishing that all of ya'll could truly see
Let it soak in while sitting at the beach
Relaxing and enjoying life for it's true beauty
No College professor anywhere can teach
What it means to each individual truly.
So at the end of the day, it says goodbye as it goes down
Even through it's gone, its still thrives
As nightfall comes to cover everything throughout the whole town
Till the next morning, we say rise and shine!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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