the effects of leafshine on your sunrise

this is what happens when you’re fogged in and sunrise is postponed (it’s realizing that your lover will not be making it to your rendezvous in spite of their assurances to the contrary and there you are, primped and pouffed — in the fluffy sense of the word, not in the anglo-derogatory sense, unless of course, you decide to ‘own’ it which seems to me counter-intuitive should you find yourself in the company of non-pouffers; it possibly has some use amongst your intimates, but never outside that circle–why would you perpetuate its use, i ask you?  the only time you can accept it, is when someone calls you that and you look them straight -lol- in the eye and say, “your point is?”), but i was talking about leafshine and although my spellcheck informs me that is not a word, i find it a perfectly acceptable portmanteau, a word that conveys exactly what i was thinking when i was squatting next to fallen leaves scattered on the driveway, the dogs wondering why we were stopped there — they do let me take me my photos without too much fuss — and i set the camera settings to 6 MP, turned off the flash, pushed the self-timer and waited for the exposure to absorb all of that color, just like the sunrise we were denied this morning due to the heavy layer of fog, and one that made me just as happy,  all things considered.


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