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sherif monem

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Sunset Goodbye


Sunset Goodbye

A long day coming to close

The blazing bright sun

is taking some rest

Paying farewell as the night dominates

and it sinks beyond the horizon

The mysterious darkness soon will engulf all

The chill of the night to come

Before the sun departs it wishes us well

for peaceful night

feeling pity for us

for our struggle in life

The darkness slowly invades the shy Sky

The sun remaining lights fade away in hurry

Soon the moon will shine give us company

and the stars fill the sky in great display

bewildering mystry of this universe

Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 07, 2014

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