for Patricia Anderson
through the twilight’s fluoride glare Mercury in perihelion
(rotating exactly three times
while circling the sun twice)
to Pluto foot tilt up the slide at either plane
and build a Garden of the brain.
Internetted eternities, interspersed
ply ringed air about the many spectacled apples there.
Flamestitch niches orb in swivel orb, The Muses thrush at center
turning. Phospheros arborescens they sing
(or scarlet hollyhock, against a near blue sky).
No end of fountains lost among the shrubberies full eye may bare.
with fireflies jam the lilac.
The Lord is a delicate hammerer.
Gold hive upon gray matter
He taps synapse (“carrying to”) (“carrying away”)
an immense bronze pinecone moon-knit at the end of a vista
of sunny jets d’eau, silver poplars. All
Literally, a flowing: form-take-hand
(That Which Fasteneth Us)
pillar to pillar the great dance arch itself through all that
is or was or will be, 3/4 time. This will be a glade
at the head of one stream
and a resonant gnomon before it will stretch regions of signaling
gnat-like resiliencies in the atmosphere
Or will be, when the mingled frame of mind
Gates, which separate the wings
in caverns of atoms passing from one into another’s zenith
of periodic movement, vast helicoidal shift:
beating their heads against the dark.
This is the body of light.
Vertically in a chromatic spread chord
J’avais bâti, dans un rêve, un palais, un château ou des
along the lines of sight.
This is the way the world begins, the word begins.
where grow the galax and aster together,
I have planted Shadow illuminating The Field of Glittering
I have attempted a temple as if hierarchies of music
beating against time gone adagio, that is the Secret Pool we return
but to the world behind its human
This is the way the word begins, the world begins,
wrestling the old ineffable to Bosch’s amazing white giraffe
intent a symmetry of whisker.
Love itself is a kind of mirage nesting it all
together. Around a center
no one can see the end of at the Well of The Bottomless,
I have placed parallels of bright guardians
and the call of the European quail”
“I have refracted it with Prismes, and reflected with it Bodies which in Day-
light were of other colours; I have intercepted it with the coloured film of Air
interceding two compressed plates of glass; transmitted it through coloured
Mediums, and through Mediums irradiated with other sorts of Rays, and
diversly terminated it; and yet could never produce any new colour out of it.
But the most surprising, and wonderful composition was that