L-ook at the sunset,
I-t’s a promise of tomorrow;
E-ventide has come,
Z-enith hides its glow.
Y-es, daytime comes to a close, as the dawn is over;
L-ight in the blue sky loses the reflection in the river.
E-ye the setting of the sun,
S-ee the beacon’s face;
E-very watcher is amused,
R-eally pleased and amazed.
I-t’s time to unload the burden, the stress, woes, and fret;
O-n the tenth of July, just look at the sunset.