Rainbows On Windows

 

As though the rain were already falling.
As though the unequalled good had already done
as they should, their easy golden sunlight
showering upon the fields.

As though the tower was already lightening-struck.
As though hands will do no other than rebuild
one another, their artistry brighter
for having been so long hid.

Dawn has drained the shadow from the mountain.
As if a gambler's cloak, voluminous and dark,
hung on an oak; ours a fair course to reckon
openly this time.

 

◄ The Deontologists

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