The quiet of soft evening light, a weary sun settling in for a night’s respite—
or so it appears to this sun stalker:
And I gaze without staring
into this molten light as it arranges its robes and settles into the darkening hills,
leaving gold-laced fingerprints on the clouds behind.
I breathe the quiet.
And it feels good to be here—just me and the coyotes.
But it’s over too soon,
and I return to the real world before the black night falls.
Your sky is so much bigger than mine is . . .
You get what you pay for. 🙂
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