Sky Sunset Poem

Today’s folding mirror was inspired by a nice colourful sunset a couple of years ago.

As I watched it I noticed a thin streak of cloud dividing the dark colours of the night sky above and the light multicoloured sky below, and thought it would fit well into the folding mirror format.

I have included the original poem below the edited version.  Don’t know which one I prefer now really!

Enjoy.

Cloudy Sunset

Observing infinite blue space;
dark above the moon,
below it light; what is called sky
blue becomes almost white, like

cirrus castellanus clouds, which stretch long and thin above the

red, orange and pink horizon.
Amongst it all, the dipping sun glows
as it slowly falls,
Out of this world.

Cloudy Sunset (the original)

Big blue space,
dark above the moon,
below it light; what is called sky
blue turns to almost white

clouds stretch across the upper horizon

pink mixes orange and red
below the cloud; the dipping sun glows
as it slowly dips,
Out of view.

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