I wasn’t feeling well on Monday, so I didn’t go to work. Well, apparently doing that caused my whole week orientation to get all frazzled, and I was almost convinced that today was actually Wednesday. So I do apologize for this going up so late (well, 7:30 is late for me anyways), but at least I remembered! Just one poem this week, I was also going to post it for the Poetry Potluck but it slipped my mind to do so, my bad! But instead of that, I’ll be posting this for the Thursday Poets’ Rally Week 49, hurray! So here’s my poem for the week, enjoy!
A Perfect Moment of Happiness Before the Storm
Skies of cerulean blue, graced
with wisps of white clouds –
hot summer days, bright sun rays,
sparkles upon calmed water.
Bold and beautiful brew,
a hint of Mozart in the air,
a tan forming on freckled skin,
and a bemused smile on soft lips.
Wondering when and why this
perfect moment will cease,
why the sun must hide,
why the clouds must darken.
For calm waters always anger –
the gentle breeze becomes harsh,
carrying a roar on the horizon,
raining, pouring, on my sunshine.