Rain falls from black sky
No wind to be felt
No song of birds heard
The dawnless morning
Is as black as night
No hope of light
Not even starlight
I go about this morning
As I always have
But today I miss the light
Today I am wearied by the night
Wow! First week where I got a post in on time! Let the celebration commence with Doctor Pepper and cookies!
This week I have come to the realization that I do my best creative work late at night, around one o’clock in the morning. While a part of me is happy that I can once again write, design, and create other art forms, I wish it would be earlier than one in the morning!
I do try to get my work done earlier and be in bed before midnight but then I lose track of time and boom, it is two in the morning.
I do find it interesting though that many creative people I have met so far do a lot of their work late at night. From musicians to writers, their creativity clicks on at night.
Do you fall into this pattern?
My main reason why I am up so late at night is because I am working on some original stories! After having writer’s block for more than two years, I am just writing away. Which I will be doing tonight.
You must forgive the quality of these photos. I had originally intended to see if I could spot some falling stars but unfortunately, I could not.
Instead I got to relax underneath a beautiful evening sky.
It was nice just to sit on top of my 4Runner. I had not seen such a sky since I was a child. I have been living in towns where the light pollution ruined any chance of seeing the night sky. I must say though, the sounds of cars passing by sounded much louder in the quiet.
Hopefully in the next few nights, I’ll be able to get better shots and enjoy it. Where I was could be considered the country even though the closest town was a mile away.
I may also have found my new think place. Yay! Best part is it is not far away!
I am sad that this light source was here. I think I could have gotten to see some amazing fall star falling. But, I did get this shot so I can’t complain too much.