Autumn in Uranus

As autumn comes, the world will shift from summer’s sun to winter’s bliss. Red tones fade to blue, ice surrounds and the land’s subdued. Dim rings circle the eye; an ice land sitting in the sky. White flashes shift above, stars glisten, and the summer’s done.

clear skies fill the night
a winter’s storm will soon strike
like a seventh wave to slay

seventh from the sun
his storms are second to none
as autumn will never come

Autumn in Uranus by K. Saitta
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