Tag Archives: celestial

Pour

So much light poured in, so much passive worth.

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Sober Judge

Dylan Thomas falls from his barstool in Heaven— God, tending bar, picks him up, turns to Job—Who am I to judge?

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Minnows

Numinous slivers, minnows of wriggling light– how angels migrate.

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Crescendo

What about the rough, thorny grace of angels locked in love-play, the traceless sex of light piercing light, scaling an impossible crescendo?

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Sentries

Angels heartbeats, globed, soft pulsing of bold sentries– No one invents light.

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