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Sunset's Whisper
by Susan  Leilani

Listen to the Sunset; 
 Can you hear its quiet sigh?
  Listen, the Sun's falling;
   Watch it toning down the sky.

Soon darkness shall surround me
 Tho' twinkling stars will dare smile through.
  While you are far away from me,
   They'll frown a humble hue.

And, as the Sunset spreads its colors--
 Horizons of gold and red--
  I lie here all too much alone
   In this great, vast chilling bed...

For my world has stopped revolving;
 'Til you return, Time's standing still.
  And the Cold has settled 'round me 
   With its stinging, breathless chill.

But my love for you keeps growing
 Standing fast to fight the Cold--
  Reminds me of your body's warmth
   And the story of love, untold.

So, listen to the Sunset
 Look up, hear its quiet sigh,
  Tho' we're apart these lonely nights, 
   My love whispers across the sky.

Poem ID: 5383   Poem Posted: 6/9/1998
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Copyright , 1998, Susan Wood Scarboro  all rights reserved by the author.
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