The sun beats down mercilessly,
Unrelenting in its quest to sear.
The heat is like a physical force,
Battering down on us unmercifully.
We are surrounded by a hazy blur,
The world distorted by the glare.
We squint our eyes against the brightness,
Trying to make out the shapes around us.
Everything is bleached of color,
bathed in the harsh light of the sun.
The heat is unbearable,
The glare overwhelming.
We seek shelter from the sun,
Desperate for relief from the heat.
But there is nowhere to hide,
Nowhere to escape the glare.