Sunshine by Kellyn Roth

Sun, Clouds, Sky, Cloudy, Rays

I know … I’ve been posting a lot of poems recently. πŸ™‚ But it’s easy and fun and, honestly, I’m really excited to share them with you! They may not be masterpieces … but itΒ takes me an average of fifteen minutes to dash one up, and I really haven’t time for a longer post this today. πŸ˜‰


Joy is like the sunshine

Dancing on the wind

It brings us warmth and laughter

And then it’s gone again.

~*~*~*~*~

And though the clouds may cover

And keep the light from view

We know above the tempest

The sky behind is blue.


Thanks for reading! Don’t forget to let me know what you think … I love comments! πŸ˜€

~Kellyn Roth

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24 thoughts on “Sunshine by Kellyn Roth

          1. Ah, crazy weather. I wrote a poem about weather and unpredictable weathermen reports a couple weeks ago. I thought about sharing it on my blog, but I haven’t decided whether or not I should yet.

                  1. I did decide to post it, because the poem still amuses me even after two weeks so there’s got to be some element of humor in there…

                    1. Yes, that’s a pretty good test for a poem … or anything you wrote. XD If you still like it after a certain amount of time, then obviously it’s got to be good. πŸ˜‰

                    2. Hehe, yeah. Not sure if I like the style or all of the lines, but I really enjoy the overall concept of it, and I think posting it was a good idea.

  1. Oh! Gosh Kellyn! I really need to get back on track with my own poems. πŸ˜›

    I like the part: ‘Joy is like the sunshine, dancing on the wind’
    It described Joy so perfectly! thanks for sharing that Kellyn.

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