The natural order

On the first day, it was empty –
“There” was empty
There was no dawn to speak of
Nor any other painting subjects
Dimensions were debated
– it was fine

On the third day, a moon discovered hovering,
The sun seeds planted
– Tremor, shock among the now-shattered galleries
There was darkness to speak of, slowly,
And the thin everything was fine

Days after, land contracts sealed
The moon colouring the then-quiet sea,
The auburn desert filled auburn by the sun
No suspicious behaviour whatsoever
Everything- fine.

The nudge was given somewhat after ;
when the first grin spoke.

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