Behold Peace There
Look! There, the blooded death ships sail.
Cry. Recall in dream whispers the mother-roses
once languid, once luscious, now storm-blown
by withering winds—
but sea-gowned blue, the earth revolves,
above, the moon sings,
and the fiddler sprays the night sky
in echoes of the stars,
an exhale—we hear when–
the breath of time
circles with if.
My poem from the Oracle. It’s a collaboration, but the title comes directly from the her.