A funny thought.

Posted: December 6, 2010 in Uncategorized

What if the rain was sun and the sun was rain.

On ‘sunny days,’ a giant cold globe of water would stand glistening in the sky, showering us with comfy gloom, its rays of cool breeze hitting everything below. Really sunny days would have the breeze-rays turn really cool, and sometimes into minute lines of water which when they hit your face, you feel a soft cold rush like that toothpaste feeling on your teeth.

On ‘rainy days,’ drops of light would fall in clutters, disappearing like snowdrops after hitting the ground, except with a fiery little spark. There’d be puddles filled with golden sun, and if you jumped in them, the light would stick to your shoes in little golden dust particles, which you’d have to shake off. The romantics would hold out their hats and hands and collect some marvellous golden sun in them to give it to someone special, but they’d have to hurry, because the light would seep through and disappear, leaving just the sun particles behind.

Super ‘sunny days’ that equate to days when people die of heat stroke now, would have the breeze-rays from the water globe in the sky turning icy and thicker, so when they fall on you, you shiver and your teeth chatter. And ‘floods’ would have the streets filled with golden light and sun particles sticking to everything, sometimes in chunks. When sun particles stick to stuff for too long, twinkling and floating around and all that jazz, fireflies start to think they’re fireflies too and they come dance around with the sun particles, gullible fools that they are. This is why sunfloods will be a total pain in the ass. Sunstorms will be even worse, when the sundrops become really big and heat up the stuff they fall on, sometimes they’re hard too so they fall like hail in little golden cubes and explode on the surface of things on impact.

On those lovely days when it’s not too cold or not too hot, but perfect, you could look up and you’d see the drops of sun seeping into the giant water globe up there, lighting it up. A glistening spherical lake in the sky.

Wouldn’t that be grand.

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Comments
  1. Chavie says:

    Trippay! 😀

  2. T says:

    this made me feel kinda magical.. 🙂

  3. Delilah says:

    i like 🙂

  4. afi says:

    wow gr8…so pls let me in on wut u’ve been poppin lately!

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