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Finally, I saw the sunlight. After the long, dark lonely night of wandering through the forest, morning had finally come. I was bloody and beaten, but still,
By Dan URL on 10.10.2010
The sunlight streamed into the garden; illuminating the boy and girl sitting together, talking about nothing in particular, enjoying the sheer please of their company like rays from a sun.
By Ben S. URL on 10.10.2010
Sunlight reminds me of the happiness on my darkest days. It is like the feeling of the sand between your toes on a hot summer day walking down the beach. Sunlihg tis happiness.
By Emma on 10.10.2010
Sunlight. I’m such a poser goth kid (and really, I’m only gothic occasionally), because I love sunlight. I love the night and I adore grey rainy days too, but suuuun. Come March and I’ll be desperate for it. February, even. I think I may be photosynthetic, slightly. Sunlight is warm and light and well yes, occasionally too bright and cheery, but I love it anyway.
By Sarah URL on 10.10.2010
sun balls dangle from a bright, fragrent christmas tree. balls of love, light and hope.
By jazzy on 10.10.2010
The sunlight filtered through the colored leaves. Fall had touched Wisconsin but summer hadn’t left yet. Eighty degrees and a five story climb left the tourists sweating in the tower.
By Amiee URL on 10.10.2010
It’s amazing how much the sunlight feels like it hurts when you haven’t been in it in days. It hurts your eyes, burns your skin. But it is beautiful. I miss being out in the sunlight.
By Anastasia Rose URL on 10.10.2010
streaming in through the window, toying with the pieces of hair that escaped her long, straight ponytail. shining through. making it seem as if her usual care had been nonexistent that morning in pulling her soft brown hair through the elastic. she fidgets with it, curling a few loose strands that the sunlight had yet to discover until that moment behind her ear, letting the natural life-giving light capture them and make them sparkle for a fleeting moment before letting them drift out of its attention once more.
By Eliza on 10.10.2010
The sunlight cut across my face in a harsh pattern, blinding me from all that stood ahead. It was a curious position I was in – nearly blinded, puzzled, about to face the unknown. All I could hear was the sound of lions growling up ahead.
By Liz on 10.10.2010
The sulight trickled in through holes in the roof, lighting up her honey hair, illuminating her white dress. The child hummed obliviously, not even realizing it was daytime. Something hit the roof with a thud. She paused and then turned her head towards the noise. Despite the sunlight, her gray eyes saw nothing.
By Demon Lilith URL on 10.10.2010
The sunlight shone through the window, past the old wooden frame with the chipping white paint. Became tangled in the fur of a sleepy kitten curled up on the window sill, basking in the natural warmth provided by the afternoon sunlight.
By Eliza URL on 10.10.2010
the selkie basked in the sunlight, letting the rays warm its skin. she lay next to her seal-skin, upon a rock far out in the ocean; no man could reach her here.
she faced the sun, welcomed it with open arms.
By ora on 10.10.2010
By jazzy URL on 10.10.2010
As the sunlight hit the beauty’s hair, the man gleeming around the bush had his immediate proof that she was the one for him.
By channing URL on 10.10.2010
A ball of heat, bursting at my center. Radiating throughout my veins. You make my blood boil. But I love the fever that burns me. Shine on me some more, my love.
By Soft URL on 10.10.2010
I squinted disdainfully at the sunlight. I had always been a morning person, but the sun seemed stuck in this morning position for hours now. It then occurred to me that I should look around for a clock.
By mimimanderly URL on 10.10.2010
im laying here and the sunlight is fading. slowly fading exposing the cold and hiding the warmth, the safety. soon the monsters will be out and prowling like hungry beasts, oh are they ever hungry.
By mowglibear URL on 10.10.2010
The light shone off the myriad of the waters. Each starlet barely peeked from the cloud of trees overhead. The light fought and sent its stars to those in the worlds
By ColumbiaPhoenix URL on 10.10.2010
Sunlight streamed in the window in spite of the flurries of snow. She knew she needed the vitamin D, but it was cold. She took a deep breath and stepped out onto the back porch wearing nothing but wool socks and her favorite red slippers. Yes. This wasn’t so bad. As long as she went inside while she could still feel her fingers, she’d be okay.
By Kathy on 10.10.2010
the sunlight looked like rain water, exploding off of a roof in a million different directions. she tilted her head, arms spread like wings, and let her skin absorb the warm light. she smiled.
By hannah URL on 10.10.2010
grind a smile out.
was there anything worth happening today or
knead the dough
lest it turn into water
By zak on 10.10.2010
bright warm beautiful hope happiness smiles for no reason dancing tan warm inside out loving the world and feeling like it’s yours 100% this is today embrace it because it will only be here once. S
By Margaret on 10.10.2010
Hold on to the
On bare shoulders
And sweet dandelions
By Mags on 10.10.2010
The sunlight filtering through the trees gave new hope to our cause. We trudged along, glad for the good weather after those terrible storms. I don’t know what angered the gods so to make it rain so hard before.
By Ethan on 10.10.2010
Sunlight is very beautiful in the morning but during the day it becomes disturbing especially when your are always facing it. Sunlight is what humans need to survive.
By Misael on 10.10.2010
this sea is shining bright on me
this sunlight says how i should be
i sway with love yet with relief
this deep hurt burning is burying me
so sweet so serene i see i see
By Heather Shaw on 10.10.2010
It hits my face with a warm embrace and sends my nose a’shiver
a delightful sneeze hits the hazy breeze, never fails to deliver.
Thank you friend for the aid you lend to in making your fine rays
I’ll seek you out when you’re around about for yet more sneezy days.
By teachthegirl URL on 10.10.2010
When the sunlight hits my face in the morning, I close my eyes and take in the color of the day.
By Mary Lou Wynegar on 10.10.2010
The radiant shot was depicted in my mind. I lost all control as the light refracted through her tear and showed every feeling imaginable.
By Erin Griffiths on 10.10.2010
i think that everyone needs sunlight. sunlight is happy. yellow. tulips
grow and be grown. your smile is what you should grow. nourish it daily….sunlight. happiness.
sunlight connotates a smile.
By Megan URL on 10.10.2010
he walked up to me and what was then sunlight turned into gravel. the yellow on the pavement that i drove through, the shadows were happy because yonder was the sunlight. gold.
black was now the light. then you made me forget the sunlight. my smile. your regrets.
Light. Real, bright, blinds-you-if-you-stare-directly-at-it light. She hadn’t seen it in months.
And what was here now to dampen her day, her first day of freedom in such a long time?
A teenage brat with no idea that she was the one who let her go out. “Breath of fresh air,” the brat had said. “You just had a baby, I bet the smell’s horrid.”
By Kyra URL on 10.10.2010
-shines light, be it darkness or prowess.
By Erin Griffiths URL on 10.10.2010
I dont like the feeling of waking up with the sunlight in my face, maybe i should plant a tree outside my window? maybe that will stop me from feeling the heat
By congestion URL on 10.10.2010
Sunlight shines down, down, down through the branches, leaving the ground below mottled with gold.
By Caitlyn URL on 10.10.2010
sunlight is everything. sunlight is the product of our mother.. the sun. when i see sunlight i like to go out and explore and find things and eat new foods and be there for everyone. i feel warmth and love and like to be there for friends and family and enjoy new walks of life to enjoy. this is the nature of our very being. light destroys darkness, it is essential, it is organismic and truly valuable. it is spiritual. it preserves, it refreshes you, it is water. it is alive, just like you.
By Alexaner Green on 10.10.2010
sunlight has you siezd beyond control. this is pain speaking. i cannot stand the light of redemption upon me. the sunlight is your awareness raining down on me, and i am shrinking…. for new life to grow.