Poems from Ælfhild Wiklund

For every time I built that shining castle made of glass The winds of fate would blow again And shatter it to ash The gleaming shards that...
As long as I still enjoy the scent of rain As long as my mother’s warm arms hold me As long as bread still perfumes the air And the stars...
How much longer will I be alone With only my old friends back home To tie me to life with love With lines strong and true But so few, so...
Phantoms lurk in my mind Haunting the neural networks On which I must travel They dog my thoughts They pop-up like mushrooms Sometimes...
The oceans turn to acid And the corals die The shellfish larvae dissolve Into scattered molecules, The Arctic is warming And the sea ice...

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