Tag Archives: Sunset

Winter Sunset

The sun sank low as cold air filled the void left by its warming rays, swiftly departing. As quickly as it sank, Brush strokes of coral tinted the western canvas, exposing the stark outlines of skeletal trees. There, then gone … Continue reading

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Seeing the Light 3: sunrise/sunset

It’s always a good day for me when I can fully take in both sunrise and sunset. Last night, I slept early both to fight off a brewing cold and in anticipation of a morning flight. Rising before dawn, I … Continue reading

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This poem conveys where I am right now, tonight, on this magnificent journey. Calmly living and growing in this space in-between. Sunset Slowly the west reaches for clothes of new colors which it passes to a row of ancient trees. … Continue reading

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