Evelyn


The day was gray
Dark billowy clouds had enveloped the sky
With a hunger never seen before
The world had turned hueless
Clouds soaked up dazzling blues and luscious greens
Vibrant flowers fresh with the immaculate kiss of spring
Had been drained of life
Regal plums, blushing pinks, lively yellows and oranges,
All consumed
Even the eyes of every creature had been washed
Of color
And all that was left
Was a dull and lifeless gaze

The world was piercing
With an expansive blanket
Of monochromatic nothingness

But in the distance, there was a glimpse
A glow of something that was
Familiar
A sliver of sunshine
And so
She chased it.

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