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Spirits visit Paradise

Posted on: August 25, 2011

Last night in the early morning hours, someone came into my sleep. I don’t know who, maybe God or a ghost from the deep. The wind howled and sent eerie sounds my way, but I decided to cuddle up and stay. The sunset before my sleep was pastel shades of pink and blue, sent directly from my grandma in heaven a new.

A pastel pink and blue sunset sent by my grandma from above.

A pastel pink and blue sunset sent by my grandma from above.

No way did I think a storm would disturb the night, but it never led me to feel a fright. I could not return to sleep for the spirits inhabited my mind, so I dreamed and tried to find, what the spirits were trying to say, as I started a brand new, beautiful day. As I walked from my home, I saw the pink and orange spreading across the sky, so I walked to the top of a hill to capture it before it went bye.

Vibrant colors start to spread across the morning sky.

Vibrant colors start to spread across the morning sky.

It tried to avoid me by flaring up here and there, but I walked my route and found it where. On the north side of the mountain, blazing and amazing like a fountain.

The colors flared over the mountains.

The colors flared over the mountains.

The beauty stayed long enough for me to capture its hues before the magnificence I would lose. And then not at all to my surprise, another day started in Paradise.

And then not at all by surprise, a new day began in Paradise.

And then not at all by surprise, a new day began in Paradise.

 
Photos by Janice Semmel
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