Mie’s Gone – A Poem

Mie's Gone - A poem

Credit – Pixabay Commons

Mie’s Gone – A Poem
by Ama Danesi

Mie’s gone before
the rising of the dreaded moon
Into your wide open belly, I dive.
I sink in the underlying
dose of blues.
Overhead only radicals fly,
Mie’s gone but
You soothe me –
with fingers soft as waves.

Inspiration: Without Mie scattering at sunset and sunrise, the sky along the horizon has only a dull-reddish appearance, while the rest of the sky remains mostly blue and sometimes green.
This picture of the romantic coastline of Cinqueterre in Italy  by Babel photography captures the absence of  Mie scattering just before sunset. Beautiful huh?

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