A snowy border to this August field.
My morning walk at late summer pace.
A queen’s lace or a common weed,
a wild carrot – a matter of perspective –
A clear horizon, lacy blue and white.
In these last Dog Days of summer,
two sun dogs at sunset suddenly appear.
Phantom suns, as if this were another
planet where they guarded Helios passing down
through ice crystals on this hot day.
A new term to me – “Sun dogs” are an atmospheric phenomenon that consists of a pair of bright spots on either horizontal side on the Sun, often co-occurring with a luminous halo. more about sundogs
Though we are now very far apart,
I feel connected to you again like
Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance” but
I have no scientific explanation for it –
no fear of the darkness of ghosts.
[For more about the science of entanglement and why Einstein viewed it as “spooky,” see my post at Weekends in Paradelle.]