the sun slowly sinks into the sea a flaming globe against the purest pink as a breeze dimples the soft blue deep carrying its coolness to leaf and wing and cheek birds’ songs, calls—distinct, unique—counterpoint color, movement, shape—all in balanced accord only Love could breathe such a scene only Love could unfurl such harmony — Nancy Humphrey Case.
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