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Ahhh! The wind starts to heave my worries away.
I am settling in an exotic, alluring forest.
There isn’t one thing to be seen
But the blinding midday sun flickering between branches
I shut my eyes relaxing, and the sun soaked me up.
The giant burning candle of light blanketed me in warmth and joy.
Grasping the air above me
I enjoy the refreshing breeze beginning to gently tussle my hair.
I listen to the lovely harmony of blue jays singing in the distance.
Unexpectedly I felt a few trickles of water fall upon my shoulders.
My eyes shot open wide.
“Is this really happening?” I cried.
I peered out into the spacious sky.
Thoughts were rambunctiously racing through my mind.
Why? Why had it all changed and gone goodbye?
A few more droplets scatter the leaves.
The cooling touch of the rain felt in favor, alright.
Relief had finally found its way to me.
A streak of light uncovered itself from the grey sea floating above me.
The clouds shuffled across the sky.
The candle was once again lit.
Its glow punctured a hole through the atmosphere and poured on in.
I felt captivated again.
Sure Mother Nature can sometimes be a pain.
But nature is truly divine.
Its beauty and essence spreads through the air
Leaving a hard to bear scene inside a luminous lair