Draped on the coast of the setting sun
a coral blush, a crimson streak- on repeat
colored yellowed sky and cloud overrun.
The hidden sun and jagged clouds did greet
the mirrory blue of a gushing sea.
Men who by the absent light discreet
played as shadows often do, set free
So went the day, I spied, of coastal bloom
this eventide and the gloaming sight
did mark the night but I know not for who.