NaPoWriMo day 12: Aurora alert (index poem)

Borealis bright,

counterpart,

deactivated:

encounter in between invisible lines

fragile in the morning with

glandular geomagnetic particle osmosis.

He likes rainbow, but

I, there is no I in threesome.

Journey to the fake space Odyssey during

Kp>7!

Longitudinal or Latitudinal?

Mmmmmmmm…

Nada! Usted comprendes nada!

 

Olive skin you get under:

  • pretty low frequencies
  • questioning everything
  • reasoning where it doesn’t belong
  • Solar flares attack

trying to satisfy stormy weather.

 

Ultrasound inspection just under my feet acquiring

velocity of the Northern lights:

We need to be there tonight to

X-ray previously charged love.

You and I, preforming the language of stars,

zip-locked by sparkling green stain in the sky.

Maja S. Todorovic

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23 thoughts on “NaPoWriMo day 12: Aurora alert (index poem)

  1. I love it too. Not a geophysicist but I have loved Omni magazine since a small girl and love learning about geomagnetic frequencies.

    Yo intiendo un poco. Olvidame mucho.

    Spanish is my favorite language besides English. Nice to meet you!

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      1. Of course you can πŸ™‚ The prompt was to do an index poem. While I was reading the prompt, In the same moment, on my phone I got an alert for disturbed geomagnetic conditions from Belgium Royal Observatory (I used to work as a geophysicist). Then I thought it would be fun to do an index poem for Kp scale (scale of geomagnetic activity) but my writing went the other way and you read the end result. Simple, uncensored free writing πŸ™‚

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      2. Since always πŸ™‚ It just earlier I didn’t have time to devote myself to it. Until couple of years ago, due to some health issues I had to slow down..then I returned to poetry and it helped me a lot. That’s how this blog is born – blogging about the benefits of poetry.

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