Never Again Might I See The Sun


United States
29° 39' 41.184" N, 98° 39' 56.0124" W

A blanket of sunshine wrapped
Me, a feller that never laughed
Into the nature I run and weep
It's just a secret I'll have to keep

The moments of misery have rushed past
What's left is a memory that'll last
The embrace of daylight has captured me
Through the foggy mist and through the trees

A seed has started to sprout some gladness
That will last through all the madness
But, the day's end is soon to come
And never again might I see the sun

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