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Brother Sun Poems | Sun Poems About Brother

These Brother Sun poems are examples of Sun poems about Brother. These are the best examples of Brother Sun poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

Details | Free verse |

Happy Valentines Day

My Dearest Little Sister, Hope this finds YOU and YOURS Healthy and High in
the Spirit. Happy Valentines             Day            Flowers, Candlelight Dinner
would have said chocolate                 !                 but I think YOU said to me
YOU don't eat chocolate                                         maybe a Family portrait
Kisses from big brother                                         Hugs from a big brother
You will ALWAYS be my                                          Sweet Little Valentine
MAY GOD'S LOVE BLESS                                        YOU this Valentines Day
Blessings all that You LO                                    VE, hold dear and Cherish
As Sun Rose this Morning                                 I felt the warmth of your hand
Look past the rising Sun I                              see a Sister's Loving Smile
I feel  little sister's embrace                         as I also embrace Mandy
Tear of Love fall from my eyes                   A desire to cross the big Pond
A VALENTINES DAY Handshake               To my Brother in Law
The man that lavishes Love upon        My Sister, Mandy Tams
To ALL of You My BELOVED FAMILY    Here on POETRYSOUP
May LOVE surround each and Every ONE. HAPPY VALENTINES DAy     


Details | Dramatic monologue |

Wake Asia Wake - Part One - 4

And remember the sun never really sets only on covetousness
            no greater co-prosperity sphere is there than inner contentment
            here the sun only rises and spreads its eyes in constant kindness
                                                              Wake! Japan! Wake!
 
O! Where have they all gone who drank deep and late Old Khayyam’s wine
            while with compass and rule he measured the rhymes of the skies
            and found the tulip-cheeked maiden wrapped round his earthen cup
                                                             Wake! Old Persia! Wake!
 
And still the venomous thunders flooding in the Tigris-Euphrates veins
            every minority has a right to his pride of place   every dog his manger
            no monster bomb worth the sweetness of the four-stringed ruba’i        
                                                         Wake! Saddam! Wake! 
                               
Let not the dust from streets settle on the rags of the by-standing beggar
            batten down the mud with stones and gravel with those very hands
            that culled the Ajanta Caves from the rocks of  teeming wilderness
                                                       Wake! O! India! Wake!
 
See not how the chiselled rocks of Fathepur Sikri lie chipped in negligence
            nor how the hordes of monkeys romp on the fortifications in disdain
            see only the vision that shaped the mind of Akbar’s masons
                                                        Wake! O! India! Wake!
 
Scorn not the erstwhile brother now behind a frontier wall
            if your ways were just   no brother would have sought cover
            siblings are no higher or lower born of the same mother
                                                   Wake! Now India! Wake!
 
Receive the bounteous waters that descend from the heavens
            confine and clean them in reservoirs in troughs or in buckets
            and make them pour forth in joy onto your children’s faces
                                                         Wake! O! Asia! Wake!
 
Wake!  wake your neighbours also from the gonepast Rip-van-Winkle millennium
            it’s hardly enough just to keep going from day to day
            nor rely on the idea that no matter what  It works   India works
                                                          Wake! O! India! Wake!
 
(Continued in Part One - 5)


Details | Free verse |

YOU, me THE SUN AND THE SEA

                   YOU, ME, THE SUN AND THE SEA

I can envision your smile when mine wasn’t evident
I can hear your laughter when mine isn’t prevalent
I can imagine your glowing eyes beam while mine were dim
And I hear your voice of encouragement when my life grew dim

I can be all alone in a forest of Pontiac Pine and Oakland Oak
Surrounded by mementos of momentous monuments sculpted by  the moments we spent together
For instance the day we spent at the arcade on the boardwalk by the sea
                 You and me
By the sea
The ocean where I walked in the footsteps your petite feet left behind
Tiny traces of lightness dwarfed by mine
And you giggled when I picked you up so there would only be two footprints in the sand
Then I recall you lilted lightly through the tiny waves that lapped onto the shore while you wore blue jeans and a checkered shirt
The hems of denim became wet so you rolled them up to your knees
As you whispered that I was as delightful as that late summer breeze
I remember that day
Your smile
Your laughter
Your entrancing golden and green eyes
While we watched the sea ebb and rise

We were together on days now long past
We shared summer eves and winter days overcast
Warm misty nights and days when the sun refused to shine
Silvery and sparkling days when you were still mine
   © 2011.…..~free cee!~ Phreepoetree

 


Details | Blank verse |

Tomarrow Is a New Day

the sun smiles into my bedroom
The shadows kiss the room goodbye

tomorrow the moon and sun will
fight
a new day dawns on those who need it the stars make the tears on my faceglitter in the surrounding darkness

All sound is shallowed and or shut out 
no more screming,stop the shouts tomarrow will bring happiness

while the pain and sadness drifts away brother always said dont try to fight the night because tomarrow is a new day