Two Eyes On Sunset - Poem by Rosa Linger
Instant glow on the horizon
Warms freshly as its color
Shadows starkly resonating
Gliding gently down to fade
The sky shrugs down
To cover the blush
And rest for tomorrow’s thunder.
Goodbye, hidden sunlight.
Light blows bated breath
Waiting for the clouds to part
Always at the read to leap through
And shock an unsuspecting hill below
The clouds are slow
But they don’t mind
And dress exuberant when finally moved.
Goodbye, unbidden sunlight.
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