Just as the moon,
the sun has a dark side too.
From here he seems so warm
and welcoming, so bright.
But he enjoys his nights off
and the occasional day as well.
It is then he leaves us in the dark
and lets the clouds creep over.
On a stormy afternoon he rests
while the clouds transfer terror.
The next morning he wakes us.
He beams over the destruction,
as if to laugh at us mere mortals and
the despair his absence brings.
It is only in the ruins we truly see
the darker side of our solar light,
and we remember our dependence
on this sadistic celestial being.
For after all, when he destroys himself
he will bring us all into the darkness.
umphrey’s in 2 weeks and 18 hours.
not that I’m obsessed or excited or anything…..
I can’t help you with your troubles
If you won’t help with mine” —