Lessons From The Sky

A magnitude of grey refracts
the sun into a wide spectrum.
If time is taken to watch it, see
it slowly changes:
ever ageing in smooth perfections.
The firmament of the sky's skin
is beautiful, regardless of weather.

This rotating work of art is
permeated with the stylistic splendour
of its painter's mind.

Fragments of storms,
which were split by sunlight,
are beautiful as they
rain themselves dry,
exposing coursing veins
glowing neon in the ambience
of echoes of completeness to come.

This rotating work of art is
permeated with the stylistic splendour
of its painter's mind.

And I am loosened from fabric shackles
having grown my own linen
and exhaled reasons to move
with the painter's gift of air. 

Written 28-30/12/12. 
We can learn so much from the changing beauty of the sky.

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