Donald William Kinney
Days End - Poem by Donald William Kinney
Between the clouds, above the quiet pasture.
I saw the sun hung in a sky.
lovely scenery that I could devour,
while sitting on a fence that's closest by.
The sky was purple, pink, and red.
Melted together by the sun.
Then lying on their grey cloud bed.
The day's colors became as one.
I hate to go and not return.
To leave the fence so far away.
For one thing out here I have learned.
Is that sunsets don't last the entire day.
So, I will leave and come back soon.
Until that time will come,
I'll just devour the moon.
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