The frozen ground going downwards on hundreds of meters, releases from its thousand-year embraces
the drops of thawed snow. They stream from everywhere - from glaciers, from under stones and roots of plants,
gathering at first in small, almost invisible streamlets, then in storming streams,
and then in smoothly flowing rivers, finally dissolving in the world ocean.
There is a kind of surprising and bewitching force in this process, in this variety of streams of thawed snow.
Here there is a conversation about time, when everything in the world has its own summer in which small crystal
of underground ice at last will turn to a transparent drop of water.
From the film "Radio the North"