By J Ann Crowder

Falling water of Gods, sculpted on edges of enchanting, Arctic abodes
 
A swirl of turquoise glacier carvings
 
A sense for clarity of thought
 
A continuous being
 
A hopeful vision
 
A frosty spray of gleaming teal
 
A moving tapestry beneath frozen, cyan clouds
 
A living beauty
 
A timeless drop from magick, genteel skies
 
Forever binding earth and soul, she creates from a stilled center
 
She traces edges beneath winding, diamond roads
 
She blooms bright and youthful
 
Her marbled waters ever stir with unharnessed passions, exhuming new depths of imaginations within me
 
I inhale her fresh breath into my warm lungs
 
I drink her gardens of clear, crisp, and unblemished streams
 
Within my dreams she is forever sashaying with bursts swaying, blossoming cold on my thirsty pallet

Written November 22nd, 2016. Please watch video to get a better understanding of this poem.

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Robert L. Martin
over 4 years

Beautiful

Nelson D Reyes
over 4 years

"...she creates from a stilled center...blooms bright and youthful...
ever stir with unharnessed passions exhuming new depths of imaginations within me". Wow! Powerfully passionate! Loved it.
Godafoss frozen in words! Fave.
Enjoyed video as well.

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
over 4 years

Thank you!

Vic
over 4 years

I just googled photos of Goðafoss. It is a spectacular waterfalls that rival Niagara in grandeur. Your poem does it justice. I like!

BTW one of my earlier poems is about the time I saw Niagara Falls. It is here somewhere,

Vic
Vic
over 4 years

Jenifer, I suggest you use a photograph of Goðafoss to introduce your poem. There are so many spectacular ones in the internet.

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
over 4 years

@Vic: A really fantastic idea! Thank you for reading this.

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
over 4 years

Niagra Falls are the biggest I'v seen up close in person. I love traveling to see water falls. Most recent was going on a mini tour of the falls in Yellowstone Park. So beautiful. I will read your poem sometime this week when Turkey dinner is over.

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