Friday, October 28, 2011

October Poem

I returned home from a conference today in Indy and witnessed the most gorgeous sunset. Of course, this inspired me to draft the following poem: A Golden Orange Sunset in Indiana (good night) Golden orange sun, sinking to our west on a late October night, your color complements autumn leaves to my left-- and to my right. And now as you disappear beyond the blur of nearly naked trees much to my delight, your gray and white pink sunset sky-- a view much to my delight. (good night) Golden orange sun, sinking to our west, now it is night, now it is time to let you go, (my) Golden orange sun for it is time for both of us to rest. (good night) lcs/2011

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