Connections

WP_20160309_008Warm clockwork suddenly starts, liquid world in suspension,

rising in the secuency of march, horses gallop under the arch on damp earth.

Silent dimension.

Out you go babe, be thrown out, it´s only a short drought far out in the cold til you die old.

 

Fresh playful sun light in the eye, clockwork quickly jumping nearby

Stopping abruptly like young puppy in front of that guy with the tie

to learn to die in silent cry.

Evergreen Ash tree united and free. That´s what would be great to see.

( While writing this poem, I listened to the music of Wardruna with the title “Yggdrasil”. Just found out what Yggdrasil  means before having written the last two sentences of the poem :

“Scandinavian Mythology:
A wonderful evergreen ash tree, the three roots of which connected together all the worlds.” And here´s some more now that you´re this far :
“Yggdrasil

/ˈɪɡdrəsɪl/
noun

1.

(Norse myth) the ash tree that was thought to overshadow the wholeworld, binding together earth, heaven, and hell with its roots andbranches
Word Origin
Old Norse (probably meaning: Uggr’s horse), from Uggr a name of Odin,from yggr, uggr frightful + drasill horse, of obscure origin
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Word Origin and History for YggdrasilExpand

great tree of the universe, 1770, from Old Norse ygdrasill, apparently fromYggr, a name of Odin + drasill “horse.”

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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