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northern lights dancing across the sky
by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado

Friday, May 30, 2003

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describes the unique spectacle my twin sister and i witnessed last night here in texas. it is rare to see the northern lights this far south.

~NEWS FLASH:

will have another opportunity to see 'em tonight when i get off work! there will be another opportunity for people across the united states to see the borealis in places where you may not see them. so, if the sky is clear and starry, with NARY a cloud to gum up the works, go outside, AWAY from lights, and look in the northern sky. then just maybe you'll get the opportunity to see one of nature's unique, if spectacular, phenomenons! :)~


northern lights dancing across the night sky:
wispy, curtain-colored lights sail on gently by.

red, pink, purple, green, blue, orange, white, and yellow~
to see them this far south sure does make one feel relaxed and mellow!

it is a rare occurance when these northern lights do shine this far south,
but the sight of them causes cries of joy and awe from our open mouths.

karla had never seen them before,
but i tried to show her when the questions did implore.

told her to look in the north sky;
and asked her if she saw the colors flowing by.

after a while, she did; she was like a child;
the sight of them caused her to squeal and act a little wild.

it was a joy to watch the joy on her face;
and it was a moment of time that i hope that time will never erase!

i hope to see the northern lights again; such a glorious sight:
a rare occurance, but especially here in texas on a hot, summer starry night!

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Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 3/27/2008
Beautiful imagery and beautiful descriptions!
Reviewed by Renee Bagley 7/11/2003
The sky is a source of beautiful inspiration as is your poem!

Reviewed by Keighley Perkins (Reader) 6/21/2003
aww such a beautiful write. well done
Love Keighley
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 6/8/2003
I love watching the sky also karen. sounds like fun and have fun. hugs grady
Reviewed by Jackie Brooks 6/4/2003
Lovely Karen. Even living in England, UK, I have never seen them. I hoped to see them when I visited the Western Isles (Outer Hebrides) but missed out then too.
Reviewed by Elaine Carey 6/3/2003
Wow! Wish I had seen them!
Reviewed by Rican Romeo (Reader) 6/3/2003
Beautiful write!! Brings the imagery to life.
Reviewed by The Gentle Man 6/2/2003
sounds spectacular....must truly be an amazing sight to see......thanks for the tip! (smile)
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 6/2/2003
It is good to see that you and your sister loved and enjoyed the Northern lights for now you know how I feel when I look to the southern lights such as you two.
Amor
Reviewed by serenety L 6/2/2003
Wonderful write. Wished I could also see something like this one day. Love. S.
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 6/1/2003
This was so unreal!! Thank you for this beautiful picture you have painted for me...
Much hugs,
Jenni
Reviewed by Sandi Sparks (Reader) 6/1/2003
Fabulous description. I love the imagery, hope to see them for myself one day.

Sandi
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 6/1/2003
Karen, this is a beautiful write. They are wondrous when they appear...I live in Canada so I see them a little more often. Fantastic imagery.
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 6/1/2003
Sounds like a beautiful experience!
God Bless
~Michelle~
Reviewed by Marlene Dawn 5/31/2003
I do totally agree they are a beautiful sight. Thanks for sharing your experience. It's written lovely.

*Marlene*
Reviewed by jude forese 5/31/2003
excellent imagery and voicing...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/30/2003
Wonderful Karen, so glad to see you posting, this is great work on the fabulous event!
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 5/30/2003
Great imagery! Now I want to see it!
Leland
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 5/30/2003
Isn't wonderful how the lights share themselves with us in unexpected places. Wonderful write.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 5/30/2003
Excellent wrire...Karen,
beautiful imagery
enjoyable rading

William
Reviewed by Robert Blackwell (Reader) 5/30/2003
I'm a city kid, so I'll miss out...but thanks for the imagery! {{{{hugs}}}}
Reviewed by Dove (Reader) 5/30/2003
Try and see if you can get some pics to show us..

Love,
Dove ~
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/30/2003
Almost let this one go..thought I read it and just remember it must of been part of you message.......lol...but okay my brain kicked in...just in time....hehehehe
Must have been very beautiful.... I wish I were there too!!
Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/30/2003
(((karen))) and seeing them for the first time with you was AWESOME...and so is this write...well done! ((((HUGS)))) and love, karla. :)
Reviewed by Christine Morell 5/30/2003
Thank you letting me see them through your eyes Karen. this is a gorgeous piece.
Love
Chrissie xx
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 5/30/2003
Karen,

Thank You for sharing! I've never had the privilege of seeing with my own eyes but I think this is the next best thing to being there myself.

~Joseph
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 5/30/2003

They are indeed beautiful :) When I was in Norway, the only thing I thought when I was in Norway I thought "Wonder if I've ever been this close to the North star?"

Teresa
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/30/2003
Lovely work, Karen.
[chips on their way to you and karla]
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/30/2003
Must have been very beautiful. I wish I were there too.

May Lu, a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader) 5/30/2003
Enjoyed reading this lovely poem--wonderful imagery! God bless you, my friend!
Reviewed by john zimmerman 5/30/2003
karen,
i'm quite familiar with the Lights -- they regularly appear in S Saskatchewan and N Ontario. i've even heard them, on a cold january night.

it is the Sky People dancing -- dance with them -- but do not whistle!

a grand poem for a grand sight

john +
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 5/30/2003
This was beautiful, I am so glad you had someone to share it with!

Lovely,

Reindeer
Reviewed by Candida Eittreim 5/30/2003
Karen,
"northern lights dancing across the night sky:
wispy, curtain-colored lights sail on gently by." Absolutely stunning use of word magic! Thank you!

Candida
Reviewed by Adam Walsvik (Reader) 5/30/2003
I've never seen the northern lights myself but hope to some day. You'd think we'd see them this far north(Wisconsin). Oh,well.
A very life-affirming poem. I liked it very much.

Adam
Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader) 5/30/2003
(big grin) Oh hun.. I am so glad you got to see them. they are truly amazzing are they not.. Many a night I have sat out hours upon hours wrapped in a blanket watchign the lights pass by...

{{{{{{{{{{{{{ hugs }}}}}}}}}}
Melanie
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