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It's Just the Way It Is!

Rebecca  of Recuerda mi Corazon asks
How did the sun rise in you this morning?

I have to answer with peace and tranquillity.
Yesterday's melancholy vanished in
the vapour of dawn
early whilst still sleeping, 
slipping back to wherever it came from?
Some days are like this, 
 feeling like there is no sun, only clouds.
 We know the sun rises everyday,
 but we're just not feeling or seeing it!
Other days, it's brilliance is so overwhelming
illuminating every flower, leaf, shiny surface, 
reflecting in every drop of water
as pools of heaven.

It's just the way it is!


Comments

Carola Bartz said…
Oh Sue,, these beautiful pictures.
Yes, there are darker days... I had mine today, and it became lighter after I had played with some watercolors... creativity helps so often.
Have a wonderful week.
rebecca said…
stunning beauty.....you are!

it is amazing isn't it? that beauty,light,love are always around us.
some days we just have to wade through murky water to arrive. and there it all is waiting....waiting for each one of us.

i love you sue.
jo©o said…
Hiya foxy,
Good news then.
Lovely editing and uplifting pix.
Raindrops on roses means...well...rain.
You lucky thing.
Next time your down visit http://thxthxthx.com/.
(I'm just saying).
Monica said…
LOVE that 3rd photo.

i love the rainy wind-swept days, but sometimes you just need the warmth and the light to shift things.

http://bohemiantwilight.blogspot.com/

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