Like Snow In Winter

Gloomy and cold,
Both inside and out,
As snow fell where west winds blow.

Rain was falling,
Both inside and out,
As snow fell where west winds blow.

Where did you go,
O’ fair white sun?
Why did you depart our shores?

No sound as you left,
And you were gone,
Without a single warning.

I feel you still,
Where is your warmth?
Your coarse hair through my fingers.

Where did you go,
O’ fair white sun?
Whose shores will know your comfort?

I hope you stand,
Upon green grass,
Greener than you’ve ever had.

Where warm winds blow,
And children laugh,
And you run forevermore.

I hope you will,
Bring joy to those,
Whose shores you now shine upon.

That they also,
Cherish you now,
Just as we once did.

And though we may,
In time lose sight,
We will never forget you.

Rest well my friend,
Let sleep guide you,
Across the gentle plains and seas.

Snow is falling,
In the dessert,
Gently as the west wind blows.

White Sun
Fare thee well, my friend
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