Shedding Light

Peacock Poetry

When discussing with Android where I could most reliably travel to in order to guarantee some half-decent weather for a day trip, he had promised me that anywhere around Lake Biel was a goer. True to his promise, some much-needed rays of sunshine started teaming through the train window en route down, confirming that I could trust the universe and my faithful meteorological researcher to boot!

Light Relief

The scant sun starts to feature

Upon this Biel-bound train

A sense of ease, I reach her

As trust shines through the pane

The firs are lightly scattered

With fresh late autumn frost

It’s only now that matters

Embrace life at all costs

Though grateful for the haven

Of my warm homely nest

Adventure’s what I’m craving

and growth’s what I do best

Yes, I’m a changing creature

I’m more like me again

Expansion, you’re my teacher

Upon this Biel-bound train


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