Poem: Sunlight Looks Wrong

Sunlight hits the buildings,

And looks wrong,

Too early—

The sun slanted against the walls,

Wrong way right,

It’s a strange thing,

This perspective thing,

I removed myself from—

Well,

What did I?

The day?

And with my—

And, with my sight,

I can see light,

As something—

Different,

The morning,

Well, I prefer the night,

But now,

Perhaps,

I can see how it must look—the latest times.

Learning to see through another’s eyes,

Well—that’s what we all need,

And the sun reminds me,

Though why I am awake this early,

Means that I didn’t sleep,

But I don’t do much of that,

Anyway.

Not for years.

There’s too much to do.

Special thanks to: Bob GerkinCollin PearmanDylan AlexanderJerry Banfield, and Michael The Comic Nerd. 

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