I can be the sun on a spring day,
Warm and fun so you’ll stay.
But I can shine on with no respite,
Killing you before you fight.
I can be the sea on a summer noon,
Relief from heat, feel like a boon.
But I can drown you just as quick,
Draw you in with a mere flick.
So soft and nice before you thieve.
Then I can shake down all the leaves
From your tree of life before I leave.
Melting on touch and pure white.
But I can turn to hail as you blink your eye,
Wound you bad when you lie.
Winter ice and autumn breeze.
Sweet as sugar when you’re nice,
While the devil’s hiding in plain sight. 😉