Volume 5, Issue 8, June 1996


We found the blind oracular fog
and thought it was molecular physics
We found the peachleaf willows so
heavy with ladybugs drooping right to the sand
we thought they were cherry trees
We found Cartesian dualism
and thought it was a man and his shadow
We found a woman shaving in a shower
and thought she was a question
Now we have found the light sitting in a robin's nest in a cherry tree
eyeing the cat in the grass below which is also the light!
Daring him!

(This poem take from "Iodine", published by Wolsak And Wynn. The author is Harold Rhenisch, a B.C. writer and rancher).

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