Gayle Wohlken


'Sister Aurora'

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One night when Jim and I walked through our village after it had snowed, I saw our shadows stretching before us because of the moon. Jim's shadow looked like a surgeon wearing a mask, mine looked like a nun. Later I wrote a poem about it, and the last line read, "I lift my Sister-Aurora-of-the-hoary-arctic hands and bless your blue shadow." That was the night Sister Aurora was born and she has been with me ever since. She is my alter ego and my spiritual guide.


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