Where does the sun go at night?
I'm told that it goes to the other side,
To shine it's live giving sun rays.

Think the answers simpler than that.
After shining bright throughout the day,
She goes home to relax, Rest and play.

Also if she decides to stay out then,
Nighttime would never be the same.
It's better to share with the moon,
So it can wax and wane.

I'm certain that she shone so bright,
That for her it's better to go home at night.
With a hot cocoa and her sunflower pyjamas,
Before she climbs into her warm bed.

I often wonder when she makes tea,
Does she make it with sunflower seeds.
While she eats her sunflower bread,
covered in sun blessed honey.

There is one thing that I can confirm,
The sun itself never suffers from sunburn.
She must use a lot of factor fifty,
To stop her from getting burned.

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Written on 2024-02-25 at 03:10

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Sona The PoetBay support member heart!
ha ha ha
How i love this one.
a gem

alarian The PoetBay support member heart!
the sun must have a private life
that's why we don't see him all the time in the sky!