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Issue 35 - Lughnasadh/Fall 1997

Infinite Possibilities
by Alice Tracy


Jewels and gemstones and precious metals appear
in the night, then translate to daylight sights
and spiral downward into words
Topaz tailed Waxwings, Amethyst Starfish, Ruby
Throated Hummingbirds
Malachite Summers, Aquamarine skies
Emerald seas and Citrine butterflies
Brief scalding memories of Bee golden, powerful
eyes
Diamond moon seconds of Sapphire desire
Cool Garnet steadiness in mortal combat with Opaline fire
Tourmaline trees, Silver grey toads
Each battling in Otherworld, pulling in different directions
Calling me on to variant places, commandments to choose many roads
More roads than two human feet could ever hope
to walk on at once
Choose this road then, today,
Tomorrow, choose another
So again, again, again, days that are coming
May continue to offer their riches
And therefore, long before Summer rusts into Fall
(Believe in Miracles, faithless novice)
You just might discover you've managed to walk
on them all
After all


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