Melting Glaciers

The glac­i­ers stay frozen sol­id for mil­lions of years but even mil­lions of years is not for­ev­er, and some­times the cli­mate changes and the first sun­rays of spring make the ice caps liquify and flow down in­to the arc­tic ocean. The rough sur­face be­comes very smooth, the crude, bar­barous shapes of the an­cient ice war­riors keep melt­ing in­to re­fined and flex­i­ble fig­ures of youth­ful dancers and con­tor­tion­ists, un­til they com­plete­ly lose their own form and find one­ness with the ocean.

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