I saw a cloud One lonely whispy cloud In the very blue sky The edge was on fire...it was blushed Peach I looked again... I saw a cloud On fire...for just a moment The sun had kissed the cloud Goodbye for the day On the right edge of it lips On the edge of its smile The clouds smile Then I looked away And pretended not to notice
I've never seen that before. I did a double take.. It was a ray of sun on the edge of a cloud. Like a piece of rainbow. A friend said like when you bite a marshmellow and leave a smidge of lipstick.
Blinding and radiant the sunshine trickles through the windowsill, Bringing life to the shadows as it kisses the surfaces surrounding her, The rays bare news of a world afar, Reminding her of a beginning anew.
Basking in the glow of a lacerated sun Dripping blessed rays, life pools in an agonising emptiness. Smile upon me with your godless grace Light of life, prying open a necrophyte visage Spotlight upon a murderous parade Of life and happiness. Always watching with Catastrophic intent and purging flame. Behold the beacon of rage as it rips At your vision. Blinding illumination. A scar in the sky. Cataclysmic vista.