Posts Tagged ‘sunrise’

A jet climbs the vault of the sky, streaming a hot pink contrail just above bright Venus at sunrise.

Bare trees silhouetted against deep pink clouds. The earth gracefully turns toward its guiding star.

Birds cleave the sky far below the air traffic—a cacophony of song not present even two days ago.

The airplane passes overhead and beyond, disappearing in the western sky leaving a pink track parallel to an aircraft that passed not long before.

The day has begun.

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Spring Forward

A single gull wends eastward against pink clouds underlit by the rising sun.

Perhaps it is Jonathon, dropping in for a visit to try a few new moves.

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To be a Sunrise

The swirling earth under overcast night turns toward the sun.

Hues of pink orange ripple up the heavenly vault, revealing blue breaks in the sullen sky.

A flush of extraordinary color bathes all that is touched by the dawn.

Breathtakingly new and full of possibility, the everyday marvel lifts the eye and heart of any age.

The flush fades, a cloudy palette closes in.  Oh, but it was glorious.

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