Solstice Spring Noodles And Sunsets

Solstice Spring Noodles And Sunset
Solstice Spring Noodles And Sunset

The sky was huge, it was rising above a huge spread of pillars, over the ocean and up and around the magnificent peninsula. It was cold and windy, and the pillars looked like lighthouses or beautiful chateaus floating up the sea.

A soft wind stirred the leaves and seemed to whisper gently in my ears, “Life is good.” I got lost in the bright blue, orange, red and pastel colors. I love the sunset, always have, but I really enjoy the solstice sunset. There is a sort of romance in it, and a foreboding to it, I guess, that I like. That is not something that you can describe. I hope I am not romanticizing it, because I know what I mean.

This one was incredible. It was peachy orange, with alternating ripples of orange and yellow. As the last of the day’s light faded away, the sunset had brought a soft breeze with it signaling the end of day. The temperature dropped and the wind picked up. The smell of water, the sound of water lapping at the shore, and the lovely night before us, with its navy blue background, will fill my senses.

However, I know, without a shadow of a doubt, that it is truly no surprise. My heart races with the anticipation of what tomorrow’s day will bring. It doesn’t matter to me if all of this is only a dream. I know that it’s real and the rest, as they say, is yet to come.

Thoughts & Ideas, Joseph Kravis 🙂



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