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The Everlasting Spiral 

earth the swirling milky way’s the sky watery space above and below the surface of leaves your body can be healthy and branches that grow into planets and pulsars and pulses because what’s in your blood as mercury orbits above and flows in the waters will be the ground will be spaces will be you in space will fill the spaces of your life lungs heart eyes and drink in the skies as they are night sparkle and purple dark beams pinpoints prickling through layers of tannin that float on the fiords creating velvet ceilings with lights from underneath from leaves from trees that stand tall flipped above tangled in stars of the dark heavens of space over under it’s a mirror the earth the place between and here you can walk swim fly live if you don’t blink

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Infinity in an Hour 

“To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour.”

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*Excerpt from William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence / Spiral galaxy photo by Noel Carboni

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Drawer of Moon, night glowing,
Triple-trothed, triple-knowing,
Triple-horned, triple-pointed,
Triple-sounding, tri-anointed,
Shooter of Deer, thrice Wayward,
Battle-bled, arrow May toward
Passing gates, day climaxing,
Linking realms, nights in waxing.


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