Polar bear study

The polar bear runs a graceful curved claw along her ear. At the end of a long night, she sighs a long breath of mist into the long dawn. She stretches and her soft paws make no noise on the hoarfrost. She has lived as many days as years. A paradox her southern cousins wouldn’t understand.

A night six months long

The play of two white shadows

Life begins again

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