Northern Sky - Poem by Thomas Hooker
Icy waves dance, crystal
rhythms all their own,
bending light in the aurora.
It illuminates the northern sky
this winter night's so cold
the light leaks colored hues,
stars as bright as wanderers,
across the clear night's gaze,
tree shadows reach out to silhouettes.
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