Daniel Cook

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sunsets and you Poem by Daniel Cook


Sunsets are not a rare commodity
they come and go every night
so i compare you not to a sunset
for you come once in a life
your beauty surpases the colors of the sky
painted anew each night by angels on high
for god himself has sculpted you
he made it so your only seen by few
and you do not hide from the moon
as all the sunsets do
rather you shine bright under its silver light
and you dance all night
you do far more than any sunset would
more breathtaking than any sunset could
sunsets have moved and inspired all man kind since forever
but you move me each moment, to a love that sunsets could never

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Edited: Monday, July 28, 2008

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  • Rookie Sharon May (7/23/2014 7:40:00 AM)

    A very touching, beautiful & heartfelt poem
    just as a great poem should be...)))
    Always keep it flowing from the heart! !
    Excellent work here Daniel ~?~ (Report) Reply

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