Poem: She Flows

5 10 2011

She Flows

She flows the long dark night through

She flows Heart pumping

That naked organ in a bone cage
This Earth blood rhythm
Pulsating with the universal flow

At the wide bend of a warm river
Fat silver fish flash themselves
She flows in sluices from canoe blades
And remaining mysterious she flows

She flows the long dark night through

the long dark night through

She flows into the pale dawn of mist and all the day

In shadow and light near the tangle of shore she flows

And she flows down at last to the great sea
Till she becomes
A river no more but a dream . . . and yeah

She wash massive boulders down
To sand,
To the deep, deep dark depths
And as the sand
She flows through deserts bleached
By the Sun

She flows and blooms with wild flowers

She flows into the universal mind

And song

She flows

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