The world was at peace
And I myself was at peace
So I sat for a moment
How long it would all last
Seemingly almost perfect
I had never experienced such blissful contentment before.
I could get used to the silence like this,
What a rare thought for me to have.
But who could resist?
From the warm breeze kissing my skin to
The tickle of fresh grass.
I was alone once again
But I couldn't help smiling.
Stars peeked through the canvas putting on a show.
Oh how I wished that I'd never have to return to reality.
A firefly landed on the sidewalk next to me, and every now and then he'd light up like a flashlight.
I've never enjoyed being small, but as I stand below looking up at the night sky I decide it's not so bad.
My worries seemed far from here
I'm not sure why
But Standing on that square of cement was oddly calming to me.
I realized I was going to be just fine.
There's a name
For moments that are as rich as this,
I think it's called Serendipity.