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in the distance twinkling lights

the sound of glass shattering

as it plunges

from a great height

to join with the floor

and explode, into a million pieces.

in the distance

the lights


fading in

and out. The smell of partially combusted fuel

mixing with the sound of breaking glass

bring both together

a cacophony of emptiness

in the distance 

always twinkling lights.

  • Do you ever top and watch light dance on the water?

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Written by DocAndersen

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  1. I often watch lights of Dehradun from Mussorie a hilly town in Himalayas. Dehradun is about 35 km by road but only 8 km if we walk through the hilly walking road. A different experience both watching the distant lights from both the cities and walking on steep rising or coming down the slope. We have number of such opportunities in Himalayan towns. Being a traveler I have had a number of distant light watching opportunities of water sitting on the sea shores and beaches in different countries. You have posted a great image here!


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