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Walking toward the light
by Theresa F Koch
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Photograph taken by Theresa F. Koch~ North Pole, Alaska.


The lights of the city cry blinding my sight
Fly frozen breath in the icy cold night
Darkness around taps on shoulders so soft
Making me wish I could jump straight across

Beautiful colors are set so far away
Beckoning calling in a freakish odd play
Almost romantic the way that you prance
Making me jump up swaying in a trance

Crack of a branch someone else feels a pull
Calling to the living in this forest you lure
I watch as they walk toward the weird pulse
Putting them on an magical light calling course

Turning my back from the spell that you weave
Slipping on the ice falling about I then leave
Not looking back for Iíll freeze in the night
Walking to the light in this arctic cold plight

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Reviewed by David Young
The call of your words, it chills upon beautiful imagery warming your heart.
Reviewed by Huda Orfali
Very beautiful
Always drawn to the light
Even if it's our doom
like a butterfly drawn to the fire
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Theresa,

This is beautiful. :) Wish I were walking to the Lights with you!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by jude forese
a beautiful poem from a gifted poet ...
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger
Theresa, as usual my gifted friend, you are able to easily draw your avid readers towards the wondrous beauty and have us all knowingly embrace the security of the comfort one can only find, from seeing the light! Excellent poetry and your pictures always illuminate the pathway youíre taking us upon. Thank you for sharing your work. Take good care and be well.
Reviewed by David Arthur Walters
Thank you, Teri! You've got me thinking of Whistler's nocturnes. It was a novelty to paint nightime light. Van Gogh was impressed.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
I love the photo TJ it really is a great match for the stunning poem!
It looks like a corona of lights...Beautiful!

Eileen
Reviewed by Felix Perry
ah wonderful and tantalizing write, having been to the North Pole in my youth serving on a Canadain Icebreaking ship I found this one stirring memories long forgotten. Thank you for reminding me of such great times and sights and sounds of the arctic.

Felix
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Beautiful write!!

Your photography is amasing!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by George Carroll
You penned a beauty in this frigid write where degrees are measured below zero. Brrrrr
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Yes, always to the light because the light gives us a feeling of safety against the unknow creatures who slither around in the gloom, whether we are in a jungle, our one of our major cities. Good poem.
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