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The Sun’s Glory (Poetry)

the sun rose, filling the land with light


the animals rejoiced and danced


everything was beautiful, only if you didn’t look too close


some plants began to dry out


their pleads for shade were unheard and ignored


their lives dwindled as the sun never left


and no one mentioned the moon as she set


why would they?


they basked in the warm sunlight, ignorant to darkness falling upon the other half of the world


as the animals rejoiced, the plants dried out, and the rest of the world was shut out and forced away

the sun didn’t care enough to share his sunlight 

to the rest


so, the sun continues dressing his lands with his ray of light, taking in his glory


the moon stays solemn and quiet, knowing her pleads to the sun won’t save her land or even his own plants


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