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Morning Sun

© By Anonymous

Morning sun creeps to my window/
She peeps in softly to see/
Then decides to put on such a show/
She shoots brightened sparkling rays just for me/
I open my eyes oh so softly/
And stretch and yawn before her smile/
Then dance with joy to see her so lofty/
And say to my friend, see you in a while/
I run outside to play with her/
Her golden laughter fills the air/
To catch my breath I lean against a giant fir/
And sun, she softly smiles down at me with care/
Now it is time for us to bid farewell/
She softly slowly goes beneath the horizon/
And her brother peeps out to have a time so swell/
I say hello to him, reflecting his sister's light of fun/
And stay a while to watch his friends shine/
We sit and talk over some hot cocoa/
Then I must leave for the soft bed of mine/
To all sweet dreams I must wander and go/
Until tomorrow when morning greets me/
That beautiful smile that makes shadows flee/

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