Poem: Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis

 

By Bill Lowe, Sterling

 

Northern Lights, beautiful sights;

magnetic charges actively aglow.

Miles overhead, far widespread;

an electrifying radiant light-show.

God’s serenade, glory portrayed;

driven by solar winds from above.

Softly dancing, quietly romancing;

an illuminating gift of His love.

Glamorous skies, inquisitive eyes;

sheer pleasure and brilliant array.

Festive streaming, colors gleaming;

Alaska’s mystical winter bouquet.

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