Once upon a yesterday, I saw the sun shine blue.
Once upon a yesterday,
I saw the sun shine blue.
Amaranthine crystals fleeing
From the effervescent orb.
I pray no lies, until truth does prove itself.
It shone upon translucent fabric,
Pulling my thoughts from deepest imagination.
My sight revealed to me that impossible beauty
And never had I seen such a jewel,
If memory does serve me true
And recollections root themselves in honest marshes.
Coarse valleys of the mind,
Encase yourselves in polished glass
And let no thought be touched
That which reached towards the confines of my soul
And pierced the curtains that shrouded them so tentatively,
That hid themselves at the slightest caress.
That glorious sun that can justify my waking
Will hold me until my final gasps fade into the past.
Dear sun that shone in exquisite sapphire,
Greet me now until I can see your fluorescent tears no longer.