It is the evening once more. That is fine. The evening comes. It always comes. Maybe one day it will not come. There will be no arrival. From where do we go then?
This is a bit of an issue (if this does indeed happen, that is). What would happen with permanent daylight?
I imagine that there would be a few issues. Lengthy periods of time with daylight might function, but pure, never-ending daylight could throw a few things out, which would be terrible.
Personally, I have no idea as to what I would do if there were nothing but permanent daylight out everywhere. It would pose some issues and all of that other stuff, but I digress.
So, I was writing about some stuff here, but it hadn’t really started and so now I am trying to start but my mind is preoccupied with this idea of daylight existing in a state of permanence rather than regular temporariness, and in some places lengthy, but not eternal periods. I don’t know why. This was meant to be a bit of writing about… well, whatever rubbish I’d be able to come up with on the fly and now I find myself thinking about the effects of a location that never experiences night.
I imagine that some organisms would adapt and the area would change. I also imagine that there would be some pretty serious consequences.
Maybe this is not something worth thinking about at the moment. Maybe I need to worry about other things for the time being. I’m rather tired, however.
I don’t know as to what that has to do with my current line of thought, but that’s what you’re getting from me at the moment, so yeah.
Anyway, I think that I’ve covered all that I can with that particular topic and… well, I’m sure that I could cover more, but right now I don’t feel as though I can as I know not enough about how sunlight can affect the landscape and its inhabitants, so really all I’d be writing from here on would be conjecture, though that’s not too different from usual, but I don’t want to go down that path right now. Still, the question remains in my mind. Perhaps it will float away and go elsewhere. Perhaps it will decide to leave me alone. I need not think about it so much right now and that is alright. That is okay. There are other things out there to think about at the present moment. For now, however, I leave the question in my mind and look toward other things out there that exist beyond my understanding and I have no idea as to what it is that I am going on about at the moment, so I think I’ll stop this sentence here.
Now, with all of that being said, I guess what I should do is work out the closing sentence and then work out what words will help it reach an end.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 07:28:97
I was quite tired when I wrote this and I remain quite tired.
I think that there was the potential for something interesting if I allowed what I was thinking about to come forward a bit more. However, I didn’t and ended up struggling as a result.
Written at home.