In the Heart of the Sunset: A Portrait of Serenity
Upon the broad and sun-touched lea, where sky and land conspire, Stands a maiden, fair and free, amidst the sunset’s fire. Her hair, a tempest spun of dusk, frames a face alight, An academic armor dons she, a beacon shining bright.
Her gown, a vivid tapestry of hues, dances in the breeze, A riot of colors that imbues the air with a vibrant ease. The fabric billows, ebbs, and flows, around her figure slight, An aria sung by summer winds, in the approaching night.
The setting sun, a painter’s dream, casts a golden drape, Onto her face, where shadows seem to seek an escape. Her countenance, serene and bold, aglow with evening’s kiss, Bears the stories yet untold, of a life’s uncharted bliss.
Eyes, bright with knowledge and desire, meet the lens’s gaze, Full of dreams that never tire, and hopes that set ablaze. Her silhouette, a bold outline, against the tangerine sky, Stands as testament, a sign, of a spirit soaring high.
Behind her, the tall grasses sway, whispering secrets of the day, Their rustling a soft ballet, a melodious overlay. Each stalk a scribe, each gust a phrase, in this prairie’s silent prose, Where every day brings new plays, as nature ebbs and flows.
Bathed in hues of orange and brown, beneath the evening’s grace, She is an ode to the sundown, in this vast and open space. A snapshot of beauty, strength, and might, in every single trace, A beacon in the encroaching night, in life’s relentless chase.
She is the dawn and twilight intertwined, a meeting of extremes, The strength of mind and heart combined, a woman of dreams. And in this moment, frozen in frame, beneath the sunset’s gleam, Her essence whispers a timeless name, in this evocative dream.
A sight to stir the poet’s heart, the artist’s eager hand, An inspiration to impart, across the windswept land. For in this portrait of light and hue, a truth does gently rise: The world is full of beauty, true, if we but open our eyes.
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Thoughts & Ideas, Joseph Kravis 🙂
Categories: Prose & Poem