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Day's Last Light

Golden sunglow molten heat rises against slender shadows once flowering trees... tall skeletons without their leaves their pink pedals once plush lost in infinite sands outnumbering stars dust Glowing white stratus melting like snow over miles everlasting where nothing shall grow Distant grand canyons and red sandstone mesas the sun harms the lost and faithless The camel's path...ancient sandwriting guiding its followers until saved the lost find thier grave The day journey's slow the lost age quick night promises an inviting gift yet cool darkness seems true as myth When faith's kept and all is hopeless despite the odds the lost find solace in day's last light

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005




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