I lean into you

Silver clouds getting all crimson on their bellys
The heat from the pavement and bricks
remembers how the relentless sun pounded it for hours

The slinky zlinky zephyr coils around the light pole
singing a song of summer moths and fireflies

Ten thousand tiny eyes
pearls of reflective dew drops on leaves of grass

You look away
to a moon half full
a moon in pursuit of the westering sun
and say
“I wonder if the sun can see its own light?”

I lean into the coming night
and just the way a child at the beach
has no sense of separateness
I lean into you

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Chyfrin the Celtic poet

Artist, Poet, Electrical/Biomedical Engineer, Actor, Playwright, Set construction, Educator, Lover of womankind and single malt scotch

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