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Take in the Sun

A poem

By Tressa RosePublished 5 months ago 1 min read
Take in the Sun
Photo by Jordan Wozniak on Unsplash

The wind whispers in my ear

Lovely melodies of songs forgotten

Too busy with our human lives

We forsake the natural order that beholds us.

Climb to the top of a mountain and see

See all the things we put out of our minds

See what we are missing in our hearts.

Watch the Sun as she sets on another misguided day

Give it some appreciation

For if you don't

One early morning she may choose not to rise.

Nature speaks

Choose to listen

Make peace with the past

And let go of things not serving you

Let the universe bless you

Let it love you like you deserve.

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About the Creator

Tressa Rose

On a serious self-discovering, soul-searching journey. Breaking myself out of a stagnant shell and reaching out for my dream of being a writer. Small steps but this is my start! Please help me by commenting your feedback, I'd be grateful!

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  • Paul Stewart5 months ago

    Every line is just great! plus love the message and advice!

  • Alex H Mittelman 5 months ago

    Great poem! Fantástico! Wonderful work!

  • D. A. Ratliff5 months ago

    These lines.... " For if you don't One early morning she may choose not to rise." Haunting words! Well done!

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