Ageless Aurora. - Poem by Fay Slimm
Folds are unfolding, colour rainbowing
Within black velvet fields of midnight sky.
Aurora comes nigh.
Random smooth movement, streams of lowering
Magnetic silk take control, our sighing
As Aurora rides by is eclipsed now
By her billowing dance. Cohorts captured,
She flickers charged veils until dawn, vowing
To outstage the Sun. Then performs rapturous
Solar displays with breathtaking changes.
Aurora flies high.
This luminous beauty beguiles all ages.
Aurora's not shy.
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