Micron


battle of fog wind and sun


It's a mysterious morning in the wood as the fogs settled in
Fog dances with the wind through the trees twirling
A hazy white blanket diffusing scattering the light
Everything looks so different tricking your sight
The sun rays pours down breaking through the trees canopy
Linear streaks of light highlighting objects we see
Mysterious fog plays with the light as things it conceals
So when you are only near objects magically reappear
Strange shaped shadows jump out from the teasing mist
And twigs and objects appear that at first you did miss
The gloomy cold fog tries hard to hide the light of the new day
But the darkness and mystery it brings is not there to stay
The wind helps the sun to blow the mist from our sight
And wind sun versus the fog start their regular teasing fight
As normal the fog slowly loses, thins to a light haze in the air
Going patchy with little dancing wisps here and there
The light and the wind always it wins afterall
But the fog would just quickly disappear from us all
But look closely he left a present from his newly departed mist
On foliage are water jewel droplets where it gently kissed

Submitted: Saturday, February 14, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: weather


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  • Rookie Pandian Angelina (4/7/2009 12:10:00 PM)

    Beautiful Imagery of Good vs Bad and bad is also not bad when it leaves behind jewels of experience for us to remeber it by. A painting so vivid I was walking in the woods enjoying the light and shadow play. Thanks for giving such a beautiful experience. (Report) Reply

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