Children of the Sun
play with a ball dark and light
with tender and tentative
One moment of marriage came
when separateness was so utterly lost
it were pointless to keep track,
lest it seem the last.
The ball that is dark and light
is the Philosophers’ Stone.
It has no edge through day and night
and is soft with the rain of the Sun’s tears.
Poems of Eclipse, 1999
Aquariel – an angel of the waters and of the air through the woods of life.
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