Last Of The Sunlight

Last Of The Sunlight short poem

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Last of the sunlight filtered in
In through the window

Lying lazy on my couch
I saw
Particles
Particles dancing in the rays
In the rays of the fading light

Suspended thus
Hanging thus
What might they be thinking?

Prancing,bobbing up and down
Enjoying the dance
Are they?
Or just waiting to be swept away
Mere moppets of sunlight
That they are

And so do I live
Day to day
Dancing when it is light
Drowning when it’s not
Waiting to be swept away

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