I will remember you, you orange sky
West from the window of the train I watch
Amazed that in this latter age the touch
Of sun to earth unheeded passes by.
As we all sit moronic reading trash
A steeple silhouetted stark against
Magnificence stabs upward. Glory paints.
Why do we scorn a scene which in a flash
Passes in time and space and then is lost?
I’d sat in half despair until I saw
This glory, lifting me in joy and awe,
And said, the boundary to hope is crossed
And when I later saw your lovely face
It was the same reminder of God’s grace.