Time is stopped
As the sun rises through the ashes of night,
And Pale oranges and pinks slowly spread,
through the wings of the clouds.
The celestial beauty of the dawn,
Shines down on everywhere, everyone,
On rich and poor, young and old,
On Muslims, Atheists, Christians, Jews,
It shines on Texas, in the hot muggy summers,
It shines on Alaska, with its crystal frozen waterfalls,
It gazed upon the proud Romans,
Upon their infallible empire.
It shed a tear for the Titanic,
Those poor lost souls captured by the cold seawater.
It has been here billions and billions of years,
And will stay for billions more.
Every day that has passed
Has been born with its rise
And laid to rest as it sets
On all the Jubilant days, Tragic days, and the in-between days.
It gives life, and sustains it,
Its beauty is incomparable.