All sunrises and sunsets are spectacular in their own right yet there are some which simply defy their capture within the vast calligraphic fonts available to the fine poets among us. The displayed example above is one such example and could likely, be best described as a kind of unique life-form being born. The short poem, And The Day Came, written by Anais Nin, ought to grace this rare one…
“And the day came
when the risk to remain tight in a bud
was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
Do you like sunsets and sunrises?