The sun today, shone with delight,
I could feel, if not see it smile.
Fighting cold air, piercing each crevice,
It basked in glory, happy to be of service.
As it illuminated the world,
comforting a shivering bird.
Touching this maiden’s cheek,
Lighting up another’s curls.
I saw it reflecting off skyscrapers
visiting the land adorned with creepers
Brightening some hues and dulling the rest,
It met a trough but missed a crest.
Lending me vision, it had hitherto controlled my sight,
And so it made my day, to see the sun in a new light.