gloomy day.

dfsfUntitledNot enough people appreciate the beauty in a gloomy day. The sky teases us for hours with raindrops and distant thunder. It’s a day of suspense, a beautiful build up. We carry on, living our lives beneath a chaotic mess and we live knowing the end is worth waiting for. The darkest days have the quietest air, letting a person’s true self be revealed for there’s no better test then how someone weathers the storm. Thunderstorms aren’t sadness just like happiness isn’t the sun. Just like people who leave the clouds in the hands of the sky see a different allure then those who hold the clouds on a string.

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14 thoughts on “gloomy day.

  1. I’ve always loved the sunshine but you know what now that you mention it there is beauty in a gloomy day and the fact that you can stay indoors, watch a video etc is also great :)

  2. Reblogged this on Young & Twenty and commented:

    THROW BACK THURSDAY! We’ve had some rainy days this week in Toronto, ON. a.k.a an amazing week for me. It’s exhausting trying to convince people I’m not ‘depressed’ just because I like dark skies so I’ve always loved referring them to this post.

  3. Reblogged this on A Flickering Flame and commented:
    The beauty of a storm is pure and dangerous. It makes the hairs on your arms stand straight up as you anticipate the oncoming change. Not sure if she lives near me, but she just summed up the atmosphere of today, my first day of class for the year.

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