Monthly Archives: September 2011

THE DAWN OF THE NEW DAY

THE DAWN OF THE NEW DAY

THE DAWN OF THE NEW DAY

The morning air still, quiet, but moist as you can feel the rain coming

Morning Fires, as they crackle and grow, they provide warmth and there glow – light

Sitting, as the Fire grows, contemplating Life as I know it

Like Fire; relationships only take a small spark to ignite, the wind and air provide oxygen

Kind words, fun and flirty conversations are like adding dry kindling to the small flames

Then the sprinkles came, and like failed relationships, you try to add more wood to keep it growing

Knowing that if you can make the fire big enough it will keep burning while it rains.

You try to work things out, you work so hard at it, yet it is all in vain.

But like relationships doomed, no matter how much wood you put on; the steady downpour is

too much for the fire to last. You stand up soaking wet as the last little amber hides under a wet log

You watch it trying to stay, clawing its way to drier wood, and in one gust of wind it dies out.

I looked up at the sky; I love the rain, as it splashed on my face, my morning shower of sorts.

Failed relationships are much like a fire, they turn to memories, ashes, and the rain

Washes’ them a away.

I wonder how long I will have to wait before the sun comes out, and shines on my lonely face.

You learn things as times goes on about building relationships

The Next one I have I will bring lots of DRY wood and Gasoline, and let the rains come.

We will see who wins, I AM JOE

Yahoo!