Hoarding sunshine

I know there is a chance that it might explode, but I think  it is worth the risk.I know there is a chance that it might explode, but I think it is worth the risk.

I was aware that the warm and sunny weather might come to an end; so I collected some sun each day and kept it in cans in my garden.

I know there is a chance that it might explode, but I think it is worth the risk. Now, when the sun is hidden behind clouds, I shall be able to open my cans, pour out the contents and enjoy the light and warmth.

Some people became irrationally angry when I queued up to collect sun and got in their way. They said I cast a shadow on their day.

Others laughed at me. But they will soon be laughing on the other side of their face, wherever that is.

I have not been making unnecessary visits to petrol stations, because everyone knows that petrol never runs out. Nor does water. I have lived in this country for well over 60 years and during all that time, petrol and water have never run out.

But sun often runs out; so I am hoarding it.