“The Sunshine In You”
“You were the lime light of white light.
In dust sparkles over mountain tops.
Purple skies going down over an orange mound of madness,
Bigger than the sun disc closing in on the night.
Monuments of nature turned into ants when your light showed up.
And I had become certain,
Were a galaxy of your own.
Built into a puppet of earth and interpretation.
Bigger than the eyes can see.
And aren’t we all?
This small body,
Is all that gravity could contain.
And as the sun went down on me,
It’s greatness reminded me of you.
I reached up,
And pulled it from the edge of the mountain top.
I wear your smile forever.
In the tiny pockets,
Of my great soul.”
Written by Lucia Sullivan copyright 2018 all rights reserved
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