The Sun

Posted on: Feb 18, 2022

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The Sun: A Poetic Ode to Nature's Beauty

Oh Sun,
What beauty you are.
You rise from the East,
Then set in the west.

You shine on the rich
And also on the poor.
You shine on the good
And also on the evil and wicked.

O Sun,
The yolk of the sky.
It's so lovely to see you set by the river side
And rise and the peak of the mountain.

O Sun,
What beauty you are.


In "The Sun", the poet expresses admiration for the beauty of nature embodied in the sun. From its rising in the East to its setting in the West, the sun shines on everyone, regardless of their status or character. It illuminates both the rich and the poor, the good and the wicked, without discrimination. The poet marvels at the sun's splendor as it sets by the riverside and rises over the peaks of the mountains. "The Sun" is a heartfelt ode to the beauty of nature and a reminder of the wonders that surround us every day.

Note: This summary was generated with the assistance of AI, based on the poet's guidance and insights into the poem's inspiration and meaning.

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