Advent-Alpha

Advent-in all pure beginnings-Single poem of our every dreaming

Evocation-defend this dream-a

vision of shared Emmanuel.

O Silvery night

of

Astonished stars

Arrive

Angels, celestial

miracle,

star speak.

And in the stillness they were saying;

“Drop your time

upon

This earth mantle

Of Eternity

For it was vision that announced

You…and days into

Hours not ended, or faith evolved into

Blood-becoming part of us.”

Spring 1997

Revised

4/8/2015

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And as I spoke your name aloud-soft, invisible wings, fluttering,

ascension in that somber air behind me.

To become the ancient characters

of the dream.

Oriental caricature of innocent pearls, white,

and apple tree leaves,

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That sweeter miracle-

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like this.

I’ve never pleaded my heart into

a promised beating.

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You and I and stars
Made of the same elements
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