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A Crag Called Me

Stepped out of myself today
one little seamless stride
into the silversmith's light
It felt beyond godly good
like landing in a tender palm
ripples of warmth and love
melting an ice ball heart 

One little beaming stride
ascending from the crags of mind
onto a checkered blanket
on the banks of silver pond
watching the water blossoms celebrate
water coloring my face 
with blessings of this nameless day

I'm afraid that when I wake 
this sun splashed path will be overgrown
with alone.
butterfly flitting up a mountain pass
gathering ice on hopeless wings
falling back
into a crag

Copyright © Anthony Slausen


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