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Friday, February 06, 2009

At the end of the day

Photograph by trinitystar

At the end of the day

Sometimes its unwillingness to surrender

Crimson warmth stretches across the expanse of the sky

The sun bursts forth its final encore

Bowing majestically upon the horizons door

A horizon filled with hope

The curtain of darkness gradually falls

Like a black cloak flowing in the evening breeze

Heaven is the blanket that covers the dreaming soul

Until dawn breaks

And we awake


Dusk, is just an illusion, because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. And that means that day and night are linked in a way that few things are; there cannot be one without the other, yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel, I remember wondering to be always together, yet forever apart?

No matter how dark the night, somehow the sun rises once again and all shadows are chased away
David Matthew

PS. I kind of made a reset to the blog and unfortunately I have lost the sidebar links to your blogs. And I am not sure how to use the new template. If I am missing you out ... you know why. If anyone can make a suggestion on how to retrieve them or how to make a new sidebar link. Ive tried everyway and it doesnt seem to be happening.


Margie said...

Hello Marie
It's so good to see you posting again.
Your photograph is so beautiful & your poem is equally beautiful!

I so enjoyd this post!
Thank you!


trinitystar said...

Thanks for dropping by.
hugs for you

magiceye said...

that is an awesome photo and the poem is very beautiful...

magiceye said...

you can have a 'followers' link in your side bar where your regulars can add themselves and you can if you wish become their blog followers. to get this done, click on 'customize' and then on the 'add gadget' followed by clicking on the plus sign next to it and you are done! hope this helps.
hope to see that in your sidebar soon and be your follower!

trinitystar said...

Thanks on that Magiceye,
I shall give it a whirl.

Devika said...

Beautiful photo and enjoyed the verse too, Marie...

I see Margie calling you the name :)