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Mary's Manse \

hello sunshine

hello sunshine
By mrybrowneyes on 11/09/2011
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Hello sunshine
I missed you today your beauty amazing and heartwarming the way your rays dance ah cross my face
Rising in the morning giving birth to a new day what a wonderful sight to see
Could you stop by?
My little sisters house
She dont get out much
She would love to meet you sitting in front of the picture window
Watching honeybees stealing kisses from pollen resting on trees, humming birds singing songs of peace
Painted pictures telling stories of tomorrow displayed on the wings of Butterflies stories of what was what could be a better world one of the greatest story ever told
Life began with you sunshine your beauty cannot be denied mother of light shine on sunshine
Creation began and so shall it end with you sunshine fall whispering secrets of winter just around the corner there is chill in the air soon wind chill bitter cold is upon us
Summer in hiding trees are bare leave missing
The sweet smell honey sucker no longer tickling the noses of fairies
Little sisters picture window
Curtains drawn closed for the winter she would love to see the beauty of your rays dancing on the picture window
Goodnight sunshine until we meet again the dawn of a new day

By mrybrowneyes On 11/9/2011 4:05:01 PM
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