The glare can be intense and sunglasses tempting;
but, I resist protecting my eyes in favor
of enduring the blinding brightness of insight.
In due course, sunglasses do serve a good purpose;
but, put on too early they hurt more than they help
for they shield the eyes from absorbing the true light.
When donned correctly sunglasses safeguard vision,
allowing the perceiver to enjoy the view
without exposing the wearer to pupil’s plight
So sunglasses can help but intent is the key,
they’re not protection from the ultraviolet rays,
but rather, to engage harmony’s bright delight
I wear sunglasses basking in radiant joy,
affording the windows of the soul a safe view
and giving me the confidence of graceful sight.