Flames burning from the horizon, painting half of the sky and the sea in its essence. The magical reddish hue. The sun is finally setting, and I am still sitting in this empty canvas of sand, looking at the sun catching its cool after a long stressful day filled with turmoil. If the sun being such a massive celestial object ultimately gets its head to be calm and cool, then why can't we humans manage it?
Even after sitting on this beach the whole day looking at how the sea goes wild one moment and like a tamed animal the next, makes me wonder if I am doing something wrong. Why can't I stop thinking about things that trouble me? Why can't I stop craving for people who have left me all alone? Why can't I?
So finally the sun has gone home and sent it's tiny little white brother in its place, but it's not like the sun; makes me wonder though. Not every finger is the same, not every person are the same. Then why try and make a society whose people are forced to follow and do the same damn things? That's just wrong.
Only one thing the moon does better than the sun; the cool breeze. It's like I can feel the beauty of "Aura" on my body. She tends to rip off all the worries from me and take it away on her endless treacherous journey across the globe. I hope you know Aura? See, I like to imagine the breeze as Aura, the divine personification of the breeze.
I close my eyes and I feel Aura touching my face like my mother used to until she decided to leave me alone too. I move my head in the directions the breeze flows. As I open my eyes, I feel a glimmer of light falling on my eyes from a distance. Well, what do we have here? The saviour of the troubled ships at sea, the mighty lighthouse. I had never seen a lighthouse infront of my eyes except for in video games and movies, and I didn't even notice it the whole day. Weird.
I had always thought of a lighthouse to look like Barad dur which held the Eye of Sauron, maybe Tolkien had taken inspiration from a lighthouse. I gotta get to the top of that thing.
Wow! Those are a hell lot of stairs.