Cease I

Cease I

A Poem by Tom27

The jaded sunset and its warmth;
The origin of such,
Is unknowing and resilient,
In spite of the apparent weariness,
Its fierce existence,
May bring hope,
That one day,
It will be full of vigor,
Once again.

© 2016 Tom27


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Hey Tom:) This poem makes me ask myself who is jaded... is it the sunset or the viewer? Perhaps the viewer sees it as indifferent as we ponder its beauty tho it doesn't see us. unaware that her composition can fill our hope in it by simply being there

Posted 9 Months Ago


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This is lovely, made me think about the rising and the setting of the sun every day, and how we do not know what the days have planned for us. We may not see the sun or take for granted the fact that it is there, resilient as you say, every day. Yet, the very fact that it is there gives us hope for something beautiful. The message for me here is to have faith and to not give up. I like your use of the word jaded - there is something a little unsettling regarding the lack of knowing, as is our human condition. I enjoyed this a lot. Best wishes, Laura

Posted 8 Months Ago


The universe does it's perfect, well-versed thing while we stand in awe and hope for better things. Nice visuals and thoughts to ponder.

Posted 9 Months Ago


Tom,
I right away think that this "jaded sunset" represents a day or a period of time that didn't hold much promise of happiness. Who can know for sure what brings sadness or happiness . . . each is fleeting (except in cases of clinical depression). However, life is precious, it's "resilient." Within us burns that "fierce existence." There is implied a promise that 'tomorrow' possibly will be better. If not, the resilience will still be there.
Nicely put together, my friend.
T

Posted 9 Months Ago


Hey Tom:) This poem makes me ask myself who is jaded... is it the sunset or the viewer? Perhaps the viewer sees it as indifferent as we ponder its beauty tho it doesn't see us. unaware that her composition can fill our hope in it by simply being there

Posted 9 Months Ago


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The setting sun brings both beautiful imagery and also plays on the emotions. Nicely done.

Chris

Posted 9 Months Ago


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Tom27

9 Months Ago

Thank you, my friend :) Read on.
Excellent read elegant and decriptive I enjoyed this great job!

Posted 4 Years Ago


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Tom27

9 Months Ago

Thank you, my friend :) Keep reading!
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Rye
Beautiful and descriptive, I enjoyed this, I can feel some hope.

Posted 4 Years Ago


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Tom27

4 Years Ago

Thank you, im real glad that you feel that way :)

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