# 16 of 31 days of May SCWBI WEST Challenge-Prose Poem
The idiomatic interpretation of sunset and sunrise
is a product of high yielding mind.
The sunset follows by the fall of night.
Nights were gloomy before the invention of electric bulb.
In our time, in the world, many cities are known for their night life.
For them, sunset is merrier than sunrise.
A prisoner counting the days of his imprisonment,
will never greet the sunrise as it brings
one more day of suppression and suffocation.
Often we look upon alternate phases of life,
as to complete a cycle,
a rise and a fall,
pale and hale,
lament and laugh.
The life is believed to be dynamic, and
not to accept stagnant phase of cycle.
Indeed, alternate phases make life spicy.
If you all the time eat sweet-
how long will you relish the same?
We all in a taste or habit accept the logic.
Can anyone of us accept a change
from comfort to misery —
from rise to fall —
from laughter to tears??
Here are some worthy prompts-
Saloni Joshi is on soul searching-
Saloni Joshi adores fiction from Stethoscope to Kaleidoscope-
Amy Marley finds new meaning in the past memories-
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