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In the Setting of the Sun



The sun is setting all around us
In the colours of today
It lights our way with His love
And warms us with His grace

From this collage of dreams and memories
In waves we ride the tide
Each moment pure and lovely
As two tender hearts collide

Yesterday we sailed together
Rediscovering the truth
And the beauty of the days
That we shared in our youth

Today you're far away
Yet you feel so close to me
I could never have imagined
It would mean so much, you see

Tomorrow still the future
But no means to an end
I know now that forever
I will always call you friend

No matter where we are
In the end when life is done
My heart will rest beside yours
In the setting of the sun


-Michele Cameron Drew




Copyright © 2009 Michele Cameron Drew. All Rights Reserved.

8 comments:

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Messages from heaven. It is simply beautiful.

zorlone said...

A very touching poem... it's almost like a song.

Z

Icy BC said...

Very beautiful, Michelle!

This must be the feelings and experience from the trip! Glad to see you back, my friend..

Michele Cameron Drew said...

Thanks you guys... Yes it's from the trip, Icy. There is also one from the 4th on By Any Other Name.

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SphinxnihpS of Aker-Ruti said...

I found your site through Entrecard. I like your style, both in poetry and in how you use pictures with your poetry. Very nice.

See ya around.

Jodi

Sahara said...

I love the last line...and the imagery is powerful. Fantastic. :)

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