Poems About: SUN
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
the hearts of kings and heroes, read more »Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin
338.If Only the Sun Would Rise
If the sun would rise, I would be grateful.
Because a new day is starting.
Not like yesterday, or the day before;
A day when no one should be hateful. read more »Andrew Long
339.It's been stolen
The rain is hammering on our windows,
last week it was still warm read more »Robin Pratt
340.In The Land Of A Thousand Suns
In the land of a thousand suns, I sailed the sea of broken dreams,
Torrent winds and high tides of hopeless belief and faithless hope gushed against the ship of faith I sailed.
A land were fallen tears rained violent storms, a land were whispers of unanswered prayers are echoed by blistering winds. read more »mbuyu makayi
We are two different suns.
The dusk takes you away, shrivelling you over the ocean waves
But i remain a blanket in the clouds. read more »Julia Grandi
Men of god sent it away with verses of their holy book
Sun for our day
Moon for night. read more »Alade Abayomi IdrisWhite
the sun to me i a flower, a flower with flames for petals.
the sun to me is a moon on fire.
the sun is like a star, but brighter than all the others.
the sun is like a sugar cube, sweet on all sides. read more »james bowling
344.The Day The Sun Sang
The moon stood,
The sea sank,
The mountains melted,
And no man died, read more »ajayi olubunmi kolade
345.How a Poet Loves Part 3 (The Cheat)
The Earth and the Sun have been through everything together
The sun was there from day one nurturing and providing
Everything the Earth every needed but
Temptation is captivating and captures read more »Bron Dayvid
346.Heart be still, the sun goes down
Stille, hjerte, sol går ned
(Heart be still, the sun goes down)
Heart; be still, the sun goes down, read more »Jeppe Aakjaer
347.The Night Cometh
MY garden walks were smooth and green
And edged with box trees left and right,
An old grey sun-dial stood between read more »Aline Murray Kilmer
348.Sunlight and Darkness
Lifeless world that isn’t dead
A beauty that is left unseen
From the darkness will this world be led?
Night and day, this worlds between read more »Rebecca Pepper