Untitled - Poem by Daniel Treese
A red light rises above the horizon, As a ball of fire is ignited. The lush green trees begin to show their color. A sea of red rocks, and scattered twigs cover the ground. A spider begins to build a new home, and hopefully get breakfast. Towards the heaven only a maze of green and gray can be seen, with God's life shining through. Rainbows of butterflies glide through the air. The murky water of a nearby creek begins to race. Lush life covers the mountains in the distance. The fire in the sky is soon put out, and turns to ice. The lights in the dark sky are then turned on, and everything goes to sleep. Waiting, and hoping to be noticed for one more day.
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