So, few words to tattoo an image of a ," Human Glow ". I get a feeling of love , like you were the admirer. And, yes it is a busy world to few moments to capture a meeting, they always say maybe we'll see you again, the feeling of wonder an awe then the next thing to do.. Teika5
Ah... you know it's hard to express. I myself like a painterly quality, that may get in the way of what you are saying. So I don't speculate here.
But suns drifting redly into fields,
and the "yammering world"
You know after sun it isn't so far in it's yammering from a "yellowing world"
and then we have the shine of the lighthouse. If I was you writing it, (which I would never presume) I think I would be feeling these colours as central to my desire to write it.
But there's also space and the only way something can glow. Not a hint of shade happily. Perhaps "redly" or "lighthouse", but neither word is oppressively solid.
Specific title, an avoidance of anything inaccessible and I think you are right, you and the object, light and light. I don't presume to get creative with any kind of response it's just that yes that's exactly what I feel. And I like the economy of your words,and the economy of a lamp. You never get benal or draw attention to the perfunctory.
There is a metaphor here, perhaps of love or excess of love; love discarded.
So if you could, what poems would you place around this? Or rather if it was a poem on page 13, what would be on 14? It's certainly good enough to have a page.