Ann Creer

(Victoria, British Columbia)

Avatar - Poem by Ann Creer

Holding the moon's eye
through fluid silver wings
we arrive
with the one conical answer
burring angles into a circle
Reaching the sky
I do not wonder how
to deeper know you
The sphere of seasons
unfold Firmaments
against a single blade of grass.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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