This is where the fun starts.
I’m going to start grabbing this and lifting it upward.
Grab it and pop it.
Jonny Horton wrote a beautiful song about the northern lights.
Northern Lights were running wild in the land of the midnight sun.
And I lived there for about a dozen years.
And that has to be. That has to be one of the prettiest countries in the world.
God was having a good day when he made Alaska.
You can pull these as high as you want them.
In some parts of the country they don’t see a lot of color in the northern lights.
Where I lived, right outside of Fairbanks in a little town called North Pole,
Sometimes we would see the lights in every color of the rainbow.
That makes it a little more interesting.
While this piece at Everyday Genius was selected by Everyday Genius for being a bad piece of poetry based on that poetry assessor thing it was selected for the Wigleaf Longlist of Very Short Fiction. Basically I don’t know who or where I am.
My friend Matt Robertson made a short film using some music I made a few years ago. Take a look/listen. The music is also hosted here: https://leif.bandcamp.com/.
Trail’s End It brings whole new eras Of confidence to people Because if they can do this Then they know they can do anything Absolutely anything All you have to do is believe Practice a little bit And off you go There, all kinds of little limbs And you really could take a lot of
Two of my Bob Ross transcription poems are up at Pank.