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December 7, 2010 by Bexter

Tangerine Sorbet Skies II

Ice poured from the atmosphere like rain pours from a cloud

but the tangerine skies remained filled with flocks of chirping birds.

Emerald grasses soft as clouds bend down as I sit upon them.

Not far away, the ocean shines like a thousand diamonds stretching out into the world.

Silence surrounds me; there is no sound for miles.

There is only the sound of the wind that whispers past my ears.

The strength of the breeze is incredible.

It rams me with a blazing cold.

For hours I wonder through this mystic land feeling as if I was alive.

By Felix

Photo by kodama via Flickr


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