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Avalanche and Aurora

God, are you sending Earth an electron avalanche?
Was supplying sun’s particles part of Creation’s goal?
Is insulation why we have such a cold snowy North Pole?
Is there a light cycle, scientists’ least explored branch?

The suns’ fiery color spectrum hosts continuous acclaim!
Unlike man-made radiances: mercury or sodium vapor lights,
A flame, an incandescent bulb or florescent light, 
Where man watches; bands of color specific molecules frame.

Flammable gases; the environment soon reclaims. 
Whether man-made in the sand or built upon the snow, 
It is intriguing to watch a burning fire’s warming glow.
Red, green, and blue colors embellish the flames.

Oh, glow of solar particles sixty miles plus above the earth.
Decorate the sky with bright, multi-colored patterns.
Energize and rejuvenate Mother Earth as our world turns.
Feed us, oh Aurora; give Earth’s light cycle rebirth.

See it in Barrow, Alaska, Tromsø, Norway and Tiksi, Russia. 
Men watch the wonders of God as heaven’s light churns.
Brilliant yellow-green hues have blue and purple patterns.
Earth’s life giving sun displays his continuous spectra.

The steep cascade of particles, like an avalanche of snow,
Tumbling with gravity, the snowy white is pealed.
Like solar particles blown into the earth’s magnetic field.
Fall into the earth; taken for granted our faces aglow.

Copyright March 5, 2014
Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest: Aurora And Avalanche – 
Sponsor Anthony Slausen

3.	 Electron avalanche - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thank you for this contest…I enjoyed learning!  


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