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The Sunlight

Posted by MFishProfile 03/27/21 at 11:30PM Environment See more by MFish

The Sunlight has slipped away,
as the shadows seize the day.
The air warmed by the Sun
is here and will not succumb,
as the coolness of the night,
creeps in to enclose us tight,
while the day has become the night
and surrenders again, without a fight.

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MFish • 03/27/2021 at 11:37PM • Like 1 Profile

Thank you. Some times words flow. Have a great weekend and recover your strength.

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