Sun-shines never Shine

The man who persists in knocking will succeed in entering.

Moses Ibn Ezra
Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay

Sunshine's never shine as bright as this.
Except on days when the sky is blue.
And the land itself has not a clue.
Weather the dark clouds will take a piss--

And rain down on them to quench their thirst.
Or if the blistering summer heat;
Will continue to beat, down on the creatures.
That roam the once green, fields of these pastures.

Sunshine's never shine as bright as this.
Except on days when the sky is clear.
And the barren land begins to fear.
That the clouds, might not cry to bring bliss--

To the rivers, who's waters have drowned.
In the dry depths of an aging land.
That has seen many a wetter day.
In times when clouds told the story--

Of the ancestors that made them sad.
Yet made the land and animals glad.

© 2019 The Poets Peace

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