Bewildering Cosmos - Poem by James Tipp
Records are about to be set, soon the hottest day recorded.
Today the heat has been all consuming draining energy.
But the dazzling sunsets invigorates the moment
Here from a bedroom window a dazzling magnificences
Erupts onto the scene, an explosion of such brilliance
That the breath so hard come by from the day, cries out
The astonishing display a precursor to the record which is to come
Leaves you stunned and awe inspired, gasping for words, amazed
Such is the nature of summer in this island, a moment captured
Like life itself, a transient fleeting moment, in a bewildering cosmos.
(c) J Tipp July 1st 2015
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