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Light and Life

Petrified, broken, and lifeless, 
Earth lies below virgin snow flakes.
At its zenith the moon’s caress,
Cold light, falls on white cloak and lake.
Empyrean suns give voids brightness.

Orchids, blue berries, and pine line the lake.
New fish school under the heat haze, land bakes.

Empty souls bask frozen and lean 
Aurora unleashed joins light dance 
Ribons reach for their silver queen
The trees sway, caught in heaven’s trance.
Hear lonely wind sigh through evergreens

Copyright © Grace Williams

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