Northern Lights

Northern Lights short poem

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Greenness in the upward horizon
with the twinkling lights in the farthest sky
Blue moving and merging with purple specks
between Stonehenge left standing from ancient times.
My thinking of this back to travel standing within the pillars,
a sense of being there along with others singing
waiting for the amazing complete shortened moon.
The sun on a ride with fires so blazing light
not being able to look at its simmering haze.
Shifting with my soul at the End
showing Green and Light Pain for Crying.

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The beauty and mystery of the northern lights has amazed me ever since I have known!


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