I cannot feel your light.
Your burning cinders,
Your burnished bronze,
Your rich indigo,
Both chilled and warm,
Shudder-inducing in its frosty breeze,
Soothing and enveloping in its heat.
None of the excitement of late autumn,
Nor the relaxing of mid spring.
Though your light paints the horizon
Every dawn and dusk,
I cannot touch you in it.
I cannot feel you breathing into me.
I feel a whole lot of nothing
Though I see you daily.
I feel a little of everything
Trying to reach you.
Where are you?