A Fiery Spheroid Object 92,960,000 Miles From Our Home Planet

by illimitableoceanofinexplicability

 

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Listen, and listen good

I don’t have a Poetization™, let alone a ‘poem’ about a Sun rise, never have, never will. I just wanted to see if you were paying attention. Keep you on your toes, as they say. Many of you, I have absolutely no doubt, fell for my ruse hook, line and sinker. Don’t sweat it, there’s no earthly reason you’d be thinking there was even the remotest of possibilities that someone would attempt to catch you off guard with an offering of a delightful bit of verse about the rising of our very own star we call, the Sun. Why would there be? Yes, I know, as do most with even a cursory knowledge of world history, of the use of Sun rise poems by the French Resistance during World War II, but, then who ever knew that would also know of the Resistance leader Emmanuel d’Astier de La Vigerie’s comment that, “one could be a resister only if one was maladjusted.” about those who joined the Resistance thus explaining their barely excusable (even given the circumstances they found themselves in at the time) use of Sun rise poetry.

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sun

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Okay, alright

maybe just a quick Sun rise Poetization™

but I’m not saying it’s any good

it’s just off the top of my head

are you ready?

here goes

Oh, great burning orb

come round again

on your heavenly path

forget it

this sucks

fighting the Germans in France must have been extraordinarily difficult work

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poet

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