Rewinding A Day

By Shino Yume

A cool wind blows
Stirring the night air
They sky is a black velvet blanket,
Embedded with diamonds
And a pear as their mother.
The last of the evening fairires
Fly wistfully, remembering
A ruby touched sunset
When the bleeding ball of fire
Fell just behind a blackened hill,
That had once been green
When the high noon sun
let's it's air of hot golden rain
Lay gently upon the grass
After the task of melting
The strawberry morning's kisses
Of dew from thirsty blades of grass,
Just waking from a deep, needed, sleep