Amount of texts to »sunshine« 39, and there are 39 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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Average Rating 3.051 points, 1 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 14th 2000, 05:47:02 wrote
LyndaC about sunshine
Latest text on Jul 15th 2012, 06:27:26 wrote
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Texts to »Sunshine«

Babylon 69 wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 20:31:00 about

sunshine

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The sun is the source of life, quite literally. As long as humankind endures, the sun will represent this (duality?). But what about the auroura borealis? It is ephemeral, fringe. Not a core thing at all. When mankind is in its last age it will look to the borealis, not to the sun.
Who can explain the aurora borealis?

kelly wrote on Sep 15th 2003, 08:40:33 about

sunshine

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I love the sunshine, it makes you feel warm and happy.
There is nothing better than to go outside on a sunny day and just do whatever.

Josef wrote on May 7th 2000, 18:31:20 about

sunshine

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Regardless of the moon's power over the tides, and menstrual cycles, and countless forms of magic- the moon that we see is really just reflected sunshine. The sun is the center of our universe... so far.

darwin wrote on Mar 15th 2006, 21:45:41 about

sunshine

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we'll sing in the sunshine
we'll laugh every day

nancykam wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 17:08:15 about

sunshine

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The sun – initially loving, ultimately cruel, it nourishes then destroys everything it touches.

steve wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 21:51:18 about

sunshine

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My parents almost named me Sunshine, but
my granparents threw a fit. Good for them.
(my grandparents, that is.)

maren wrote on May 26th 2003, 16:37:04 about

sunshine

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if there is no sunshine, go dancing in the moonlight! (or the rain, for that matter)

domandologo wrote on Jun 13th 2005, 18:08:38 about

sunshine

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In India, people carry colorful umbrellas in bright sunshine. With midday temperatures above 40C, that little bit of shade is very welcome.

Kate wrote on Aug 17th 2000, 22:24:57 about

sunshine

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Rainshine, a sunny rainy day, with red,yellow,pink,green,orange,purle and blue, all intertwined together, to remind us of how colourful our lives are, and that it doesn't always have to be sunny to make us happy. we don't allways have to be miserable on a rainy day..

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