The Spectrum

by Angel
(Somewhere on Earth)

I carry a weight.
Like women's womb.
Life and death
Earth by gravitational pull.
When it rains, it goes dark.
Then I close my eyes as the light shines.
Eyes adjust and fixate on
the wonderful colors.
Actively innate.
Shine in the sky.
The whole world sees that without my pain,
There would be no proof that you were my summer breeze.
So this frown is a smile.
A testament to your beauty.
Waiting for the night.
Looking for who looks your way.
I carry a burden I say.
From light to dark.
Which ever you may.
The vast rift of emotional transitions changes me
bit by bit.
From me to you,
my heart skips a beat.

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