~ On A Sultry Summers Eve’ ~

~ On A Sultry Summers Eve’ ~

with graceful ease, Day gives way to Night, seeming to bow in a iridescent veil slowly
fading, as her sun sets silently behind peaks reaching for straying stars,

majestic jetting monoliths – giants made of stone – arranged and rearranged throughout the ages, line the horizon,

kissing the sky goodnight they seem to penetrate that heavenly vault, that mysterious ‘great beyond’…

as Nights melodious symphony begins lulling souls to sweet, sweet slumber, on a sultry summers eve’.




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