I don’t like the use of the word haunting.
Oliver “Shiny” Blakemore

Wow! That caught me off guard. Thank you.

“Like the light from a hidden sun on a cold and misty morning.” is an eloquent and appropriate description in a couple of different ways. I chose the second of the two meanings, finally: the light of the sun warms the cold morning dissipating the mist, warming and lighting my way. It feels hauntingly beautiful and much better than the mist and cold overcoming the light of the sun, keeping me hidden.

Thanks for reading so thoughtfully.

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