rejoicing heart as the island regains light, clouds and frees itself from night’s shackles; celestial scapes gain in grandeur,
I feel insignificant among earth, sky, the many voices in the wind,
barren to the will of renaissance,
life’s many seeds still
to be born out of
a womb free
© Nat Hall 2015
Filed under 2015, 60N, Arcania, celebration, colours, earth, geopoetics, home, images, island, north, poetry, PoP, scotland, shetland, shetlandarts, shore, spirit, spring, verse, verse poetry, world, writing
Our home planet is truly amazing.
In between spells of gales & rain, I celebrate holes in the sky.
It is magic every time
better way to
celebrate the majesty of
my islands in spring but through
hilltops & other offshore deserts, just
like Mousa, my top favourite offshore
Island. There are places where
you just blow “wow” and
feel humble deep in
Filed under 2014, 60N, Arcania, celebration, colours, earth, geopoetics, home, images, island, north, shetland, shore, spring, world, writing
my sky tonight
If there is something I never tire of, it is the magic of my Nordic world.
Here, the magic of aurora borealis – the northern lights – “da mirrie dancers” are they are known on the island… It is as magical, ethereal and ephemeral as – well, the other show we have here on this latitude: the nocturnal ballet of storm petrels during the summer months, as they trade places to keep an egg warm (as well as going to find food on the surface of sea water…
The First Nations & Native Americans believe in spirits and Father Sky. I adhere to this.
Simply magic 🙂
Filed under 2013, 60N, Arcania, aurora borealis, colours, earth, festival, home, island, north, spirit, winter, world
my northern sky tonight
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