contrary to popular knowledge,
there are no penguins at the North Pole,
and no white bears at the South Pole.
In other words,
penguins and bears can't be found in the same pole,
but can live together in the same head,
chasing each other,
and trying to put each other in the right place.
the head is neither the South and the North,
it's neither and both,
depending on the perspective
from which the Sun sets.
And the head is actually
the barren landscape
of imaginary penguins and bears,
marching and hunting under polar lights,
sleeping the darkness of a hundred nights.