Roilynn brown


Seasons of the Sun


The Sun,
action without motion,
perennial seasons exhaled with radiated breathe,
that renews the existence of the universe.

Season of Winter,
a quite period of gestation,
that strengthens the transition of old to
a new rebirth in the universe.

Season of Spring,
elements of wind, water, fire and earth,
bursting with overflowing growth,
to fill the vacuum of the universe.

Season of Summer,
light turned into energy,
that replenishes and maintains,
the balance of the universe.

Season of Autumn,
releasing all that hinderers and stagnates,
the birth of new beginnings in the universe.

The Sun,
light seeking space through time.

The Sun,
chaos becoming a valid entity.

The Sun,
equilibrium of quantity, value and action.

Sun Seasons,
the truth of the matter.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 28, 2014

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In every life some sun will shine.

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