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Translation Flee, flee, flee from this sky, harsh and unyielding, relentless cold. You, who shackle all in prison neither bending nor breaking to tears. You, the year’s cruel, frozen tyrant, flee, flee, flee to wherever winter has its eternal throne over the frost. Come, come white, come vermilion, you are the marvel of the world….
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Ancient Skies I sometimes forget to walk within my healing, boundaries not withstanding often preferring the purity of winter, the breath of the forest, and hawk wings balancing on my shoulders. Scars? What scars? Poetry and Image © Copyright 2019, ancient skies View original post