Those fleeting moments, which you know can’t last

A group of clouds, lit orange by the setting sun, so massive and bulky it seems like the perfect cover for a U.F.O. arriving to destroy us puny Earthlings.

The light will surely be gone by the time you’re home, in a familiar setting where you might better appreciate the scene.

But as is most often the case, such instances present themselves when you’re unexpectant…leaving a grocery store, heading home after a late day at the office or somewhere, anywhere that isn’t comfortable, isn’t home.

These are brief and awe-full reminders to remain humble as you make your way through this world.

Those fleeting moments, which you know can’t last

2 thoughts on “Those fleeting moments, which you know can’t last

  1. sarah says:

    sky that beautiful might said to be best enjoyed in that most humble of places, the price chopper parking lot.
    appreciating great beauty amid great detritus keeps me sane.

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