Is that an angel —
Or an elephant —
Trumpeting across the horizon at sunset?
(In other news, WordPress informs me
That I’ve been blogging for nine years!
Thank you for sticking with me all these years.)
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The blazing sunset
Sets the world on fire
And paints the sky
In the colours of fire and passion.
(Photos taken on a beach in Conil de la Frontera, Spain.)
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UPDATE: I’m sick at the moment and won’t get round to visiting you all.
Sometimes a sunset
Just makes you shout out with joy:
I ❤ sunsets!
The beaches of Conil in Spain
Were perfect for enjoying
A dazzling setting of the sun.
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The long light evenings in Scandinavia
Are called white nights because it never really gets dark.
But for me, they will always be
Dazzling, honey’d golden nights,
Where the setting sun
Matches the red fur of my dogs.
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Everything’s better with a bit of nature’s glitter —
Whether it’s ducks at sunset;
The sizzle of the
Or the silken ripples
On the lake as the sun goes down.
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Down by the lake,
The sun goes down in a burst of orange.
Simmie gets a burst of energy from the view —
And a swim in the cold water. He’s a happy boy!
Ruby prefers to sit and gaze
At the tangerine dream of another beautiful sunset.
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Sometimes a sunset doesn’t put on
A fiery show as the sun goes down;
All you have to do is take your best girl, some dogs
And wait for the lilac and violet tints to paint the sky.
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It was a blustery, spring evening —
But the light was delicious.
Ruby jumped up on her favourite high rock
As the honey’d rays of the sun glowed.
She was happy to look over her kingdom
Bathed in golden light.
(Simmie was busy running around in circles of joy.)
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Winter doesn’t always dazzle;
Sometimes it is simply enough
To offer ribbons of light and soft colour.
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The sun has set for the last time –
Leaving behind the beauty of a life well lived,
And a man much loved.
(I’m taking a break from this blog for a couple of weeks due to my father’s passing.
I’ll read your comments, but not reply.)
The Our World meme will be up and running as normal.