Following up on Howard’s observations about the visibility or invisibility of the sun behind Yeavering Bell from the vantage point of Ad Gefrin, a short poem by the Northumberland poet Wilfrid Wilson Gibson (from his collection Whin, published 1918):Just to see the rain
Sweeping over Yeavering Bell
Once again! Just to see again,
Light break over Yeavering Bell
Short and sweet — six lines, twenty-two words — but laden with memory, nostalgia, loss.