These days, more and more people are sharing their personal life in different social media like Instagram, Facebook, or Whats app. One of the most important points in this regard is choosing the most appropriate and best profile picture because they convey a lot of messages about the person owning the account. Sunset profile pictures are so trending between people from different ages with various personalities and characters and they can be used in different occasions for example when you feel sad or lose someone out of death or love failure.
In this post, we have prepared a collection of the most brilliant sunset profile pictures for boys in different social media such as Facebook, Whats app, Instagram, Telegram, etc.
The Sunset, Woven of Soft Lights
by Katharine Lee Bates
The sunset, woven of soft lights
And tender colors linger late,
As looking back on all day’s dreary plights,
— The foolish day of hopes so high,
Who counts her hours by blunders now,
Yet wears, at last, this jewel-crown of sky
Upon her brow.
Out to eternity, she goes,
Not for her failure scorned, but see!
Our poor day flushed with beauty, one more rose
On God’s rose-tree.
Out of the Sunset’s Red
by William Stanley Braithwaite
Out of the sunset’s red
Into the blushing sea,
The winds of day drop dead
And dreams come home to me. —
The sea is still,— and apart
Is a stillness in my heart.
The night comes up the beach,
The dark steals overall,
Though silence has no speech
I hear the sea-dreams call
To my heart; — and in reply
It answers with a sigh.
Now the sun is sinking
In the golden west;
Birds and bees and children
All have gone to rest;
And the merry streamlet,
As it runs along,
With a voice of sweetness
Sings its evening song.
Cowslip, daisy, violet,
In their little beds,
All among the grasses
Hide their heavy heads;
There they’ll all, sweet darlings,
Lie in happy dreams.
Till the rosy morning
Wakes them with its beams.
by Emily Dickinson
A sloop of Amber slips away
Upon an ether sea,
And wrecks in peace a purple tar,
The son of ecstasy.
The Sea of Sunset
by Emily Dickinson
This is the land the sunset washes,
These are the banks of the Yellow Sea;
Where it rose, or whither it rushes,
These are the western mystery!
Night after night her purple traffic
Strews the landing with opal bales;
Merchantmen poise upon horizons,
Dip, and vanish with fairy sails.
by Paul Laurence Dunbar
The river sleeps beneath the sky,
And clasps the shadows to its breast;
The crescent moon shines dim on high;
And in the lately radiant west
The gold is fading into gray.
Now stills the lark his festive lay,
And mourns with me the dying day.
While in the south the first faint star
Lifts to the night its silver face,
And twinkles to the moon afar
Across the heaven’s graying space,
Low murmurs reach me from the town,
As Day puts on her somber crown,
And shakes her mantle darkly down.