Sonnet 69: Northern Lights - Poem by David Wood
Oh those flashing green eyes so briefly seen
That turns night into day across the sky
Those mysterious lights of such soft green
That flash across the heavens that sail by.
Those Northern lights are so clear, crisp and bright
And casting a shadow on the landscape
Are like your sweet love on a soft warm night
That so lightens the veil of nights dark cape.
But will your love fade like the Northern lights
Or flash and glow as your mood will change,
Those Northern lights are wondrous sights
That flashing green so amazing, so strange.
Now when Love flashes like the Northern lights
Sparks may well fly and there may well be fights.
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