To my students:
Let us enjoy the youthful evening that encircles us; born at twilight, when the sun switches off its golden light and sinks into its cozy, watery bed – disappearing, leaving darkness behind.
Let lovers and strangers rejoice under fresh nocturnal blanket that covers mysteries and adventures, as the fisherman starts his morning – sailing into the darkness to find his sun.
Let not our evening, so full of promises, wobble and crash into the ground like a defeated fighter - leaving only tired, snoring melodies, as we drift towards its gone-too-soon ending – seemed so far away on our youthful morning.
Let us float to new dreams – beyond our ancestors. For tomorrow, the garish sun shall wake and the fisherman return to start his evening that was so far, but oh, so near.
Written By: Jeffery Wright
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