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Libby Meador (Aelfbee)
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Philosopher's Stone
    There is a rock, On it I sit, Because of its comfortably contoured unhewn fit. It takes the weight from off my feet, And directs my thoughts to philosophy's seat. How it does this I do not know, And from it I am loathe to go.
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Music of the Spheres
Mother Earth Has a face of stone Not without expression Being a mother  she cries a lot Happy tears, sad snows, angry squalls That fall from clouds Formed from her children’s breath                                   While our sibling trees photosynthesize  ...
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A Fox is in the Sky
Blood-red Hunter's Moon, A fox is in the sky. Better for you to set too soon Than catch that hunter's eye. A dragon, too, Is after you, So fly, fly, fly.
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Green Acorn Moon
The Summer Triangle is visible in the break in the clouds, the heavenly lyre is subconsciously heard, the flying and falling vulture are ubiquitous in the Oklahoma sky,  reflections in the black pools of a water moccasin's eyes. The acorns are green, the ch...
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Pagan Wisdom from the Bible Belt
With voice heavy in the sultry air Or clear in the cooling crisp Gods and goddesses speak, As is their nature, Through stars, signs, and seasons Barely heard in the disintegration of a meteorite Or fall of a leaf, And so easily eclipsed By digital billboard...
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Mother on Notebook Paper
Who is this a picture of? This hollow soul is me. There's room for God And room for love, But grief has hallowed out the eyes The ghosts to see, And tea too strong, philosophy, has sallowed me this way. How can it be?  Who sees me thus? On fallow field of n...
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The Heaviness of Thirteen
Four haiku on the heaviness of thirteen: Superstitious weight Convenes Friday with full moon A witches’ coven Atomic number Of most abundant metal Aluminium Amendment Thirteen Abolished the slavery After civil war Thirteen is heavy  Another hole but more gl...
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The Quiet of the Morning
The first few steps pounded out on the pavement Are miserably hard on the soles of my feet And I ache all the way to the top of my head And I feel like a jackhammer not a jogger With legs as heavy as heavy machinery And breathing loud as a logging truck Bel...
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Where the Last Tree Fell
Where the last tree fell The tree of life grows, A fractalization of the last tree’s essence, Intelligence and immortality. From seed so small The cosmic tree expands, Sending roots into black holes And branches to the infinite heavens. How can such a tree ...
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