Incalculable power intoxicating Nature
As tiny miniscule light balls of energy
It never ceases, it never slacks
Infused, absorbed, immersed
Upon extended branches, leaves of
Autumn reds, orange, plum and yellow.
Sunlight spread in gullies
Over crest, floats on ponds
Glistens on dew drops
Working its magic
Weaving the forest floor.
Dawning of light
Its silence rests, in ravines,
Over rocks, lakes, marsh land, and ponds
Northern forest, silent in prayer
Bowed in awe, bathed in light.
The life force, of sunlight
Seen everywhere, stimulating growth
In trees, leaves, shoots, & flowers
Invigorating, energizing ferns, grasses, & moss
Other latitudes, it blinds, dazzles
Burns, scorches and destroys
Plains, grasses, flora and scrubs.
The dimming of light, turns
Day into night
Twilight reveals the struggle
Between, lightness and darkness at dusk
The golden, reds, yellows, oranges & pinks
Of sunsets, do not distinguish,
Discriminate, label or identify
As they alight, from one surface to another.
Sunlight is like a spider
Weaving her web
Where ever there is space
Filtrating, cracks, curbs & crevices
Cradling the void, as she spreads her mist.
The unenlightened in Nature
Where darkness lies, in the shadow of death
Knowingly wait their turn
For time and patience to bring
To LIFE: the power and wisdom of light.
Anne de Nada