Gerry Legister (21/01/66 / Silver Spring, Westmorland, Jamaica)
Signature of sunshine day
Hours go by as sunrise greet the day
Bloom bright between dawn and noon
When the evening at last sun turn grey
Sleepers joined the night and the moon.
A body of darkness cured up in the shade
Sleep through the deep waterfall nature install
Light to stretch out from heaven and invade
Earth unwrap the wrinkled cold from the stall.
Inspired sight of wisdom in pursuing heart
Sunshine help the garden flowering vine
The signature of sunshine day burning bright
In aromas fragrance that exist with time.
Sleep and watch until the next daylight
Bloom bright before the gloom
Fold up tight again and carried in the night
Everything signs the signature of our fortune.
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