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  33.     

For All Of Us A Last Sunset

For all of us a last sunset like for all of us there was a first sunrise
A saying that's been around for years that came from someone wise
And every sunset that we see is one nearer to our last
Our biological clocks are ticking on and ticking ever fast
This evening the sun like a huge red ball set behind the western hill
And how many more sunsets for me since time does not stand still
I watched it disappear from view where it set the sky was red
A weather sign in the twilight sky of warmer days ahead
For all of us a last sunset so very very true
No matter what we achieve in life death it will be our due
Even for the greats of human history there was a last sunset
Though they live on in memory since them we don't forget
For all of us a last sunset the facts do never lie
Since like every other form of life we too are born to die.
 
Francis Duggan

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  34.     

Gasp

Yesterday, i gasped at the sunset
in a newness of awe
i never before experienced;
that which seemingly occurred
the day before, the yesterday,
reiterated the today in such a special way
i gasped

Moved in a fresh new feeling
thrilled in an awesome new way
as if the yesterdays and days before that
never even happened

And maybe they did,
or did not;
but each
carrying it very own sunset;
not like the same window
closed and then reopened,
not like wave washed to shore
and returning

No, like a new wave formed
from the record of waves before
which embedded their rhymes
on an unsuspecting shore

Vibrations fossiled in the unseemliness
of repeating patterns, yet
each one hiding additions and deletions
introductions and curios
nuances and semblances

That's the sunset of yesterday
the sunset of yesterday not the sunset of
days gone or days stll to become
that sunset of yesterday, when
i gasped

2010
 
Gillena Cox

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  35.     

Sunset

Sunsets casts, beyond our shores
And I know, that you must go
Departing now to twilights home
Like the rays on heavens moors


And my heart says farewell to
Sunsets of Love

The curtain draws on all birdsongs
And Junebugs scatter without encores
Leaving Cowslips in their throngs
To bid adieu to springs amore


And I know, you’re now a ghost
and what we have is sunsets song



By the brook were lovers meet
Lives the imprint of their retreat
Grass now grows around their form
And pulls a shadow of lost blooms


And my soul once beat two lives
And now it falls like sunsets arms

You were beautiful like a dream
That I kept as a pocket secret
But as we know all dreams must end
And all I have left is the sunset


I will rise to the setting sun
And I know that I will fall
Looking on to a memory
Of Sunsets
 
Kevin Patrick

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  36.     

As The Sunset

As the sunset I think to myself why.
As the sunset I sit down and cry.
Wondering why life got to be a lie.

As the sunset I dropp my head.
As the sunset I think about you instead.
How can I go home and get in my bed.

As the sunset I say no.
As the sunset I just don't know.
My love that I have for u just wont go.

As the sunset I look to the sky.
As the sunset I wait to die.
Tell me how to say good-bye.

As the sunset I say a prayer.
As the sunset how can I dare.
I'm giving up, I just don't care.

Sitting by the window watching the sun to set.
Knowing I'm going to see you again,
and you coming back home at the end.

By: Brittany Smith
9/25/08
 
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