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Nostalgia for Darkness Sets In



Have you ever thought what it would be like to have a blow torch wave in slow motion across your line of vision? That is the arctic sun in the morning bedroom window. We have had summery weather lately and when the sun is out here it is much fiercer than it was in Hawaii. We must be closer to it, or the atmosphere thinner or something related to the north pole. It is lovely, but can be too much, and nostalgia for darkness will soon set in. It’s like the sky is manic, forgets to shut off, and after a while there can be too much of a good thing.


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