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The Transfiguration

What light of the heavens has lifted, And veil of flesh unfurled, Has torn at the seams and broken, The mask that covers the world: Gold is made pale and worthless, The sun is hidden in shame, For a light that is brighter than brightness, Has set the world aflame.   He rose as the…

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Anthropomorphic

Do you see the patterns on your hands, at your fingertips, Do you read the inroads and waving curves, the patterns of the earth, Inhabit your mind derelict relic of olden times, Moldy pyramid standing tall with the diamond eye, I want to see right through the sky into tomorrows yesterday Send me readings pulsating…

A Winter’s Walk on Leith Hill

Clear as the waters that once had dropped, The air flitting lightly high on the hills, Stirred and summoned the birds to flight, To flight and song that comes midst spring’s first breath.   Pine-tops swayed in the warming air, Each crown shuddering at winter, Which still clung to the upper reaches, where, The Sun…