Mourning Ends In Morning

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  1. SuiDhaaga

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    Sun breaks through clouds

    Moon wraps us in shroud

    And so we repeat till the

    Sun swallows

    Us all aloud

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    But then Why it is aloud?
    When daybreaks Sun is silently seem to raise up traverse in a curve and no noise produced by its journey. Oh you mean the moment daybreaks, the city goes about its business in cacophony.

    Mourn the sunrise and when night arrives it is all calm no noise and so the mourning seemed to be over in the shroud of moonlight . Though queer, yet Novel metaphor. Yes it is good.

    Is the clicking of sunrise impelled you to post it with a sonnet here. Yes it could be.

    A brilliance combined with bright super moon* perhaps.


    *The Supermoon on November 14, 2016, was the closest a Full Moon has been to Earth since January 26, 1948. The next time a Full Moon is even closer to Earth will be on November 25, 2034 (dates based on UTC time).
     
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    That is a totally interpretation.

    What I meant was mourning ends in the morning. Sunrise breaks the sad clouds, but Moon covers us in a depressing shroud.

    Life is a continuous cycle of Light/Happiness and Dark/Mourning.

    Eventually the Sun eats up the solar system, including the Earth and the Moon. This is opposite of Big Bang. I suppose this would make a sound, hence this is done aloud.
     
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    Thanks for elaboration and enlightenment.
    In my case, day used to be structured with activities with no time to worry about anything and always I welcome the night when my head strikes the pillow I get into profound sleep. Though I welcome brightness as day breaks but I look forward more to dusk and darkness to enjoy songs and sleep.
     
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