The Sun Rises

What can yesterday bring
For the hopes of tomorrow?
What tears of memory
Should set the sun in sorrow?
You are perfect
This you must know
Because he loves you
You reap what he did sow
People judge
And can cause pain
But you are beautiful
They will leave no stain
Your soul is of light
That makes shadows run
Your worth is blinding
Because of his suffering son
There is no shame
In loving another
There is no love
Your heart cannot discover
Walk in the knowing
Of his eternal pride
He is always there
For the sun rises on the inside

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Just Ask Susan 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada


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Deborah Brooks 4 years ago from Brownsville,TX

wow I do love this poem.. it means so much to me.. just at the right time.. God bless you and Merry Christmas



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HattieMattieMae 4 years ago from Limburg, Netherlands

Sunshining brightly I might say! :)

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newusedcarssacram 4 years ago from Sacramento, CA, U.S.A

Lovely poem...voted up!!

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The Suburban Poet 3 years ago from Austin, Texas Author

Thank you all! Sorry for taking so long to respond!

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