New Poem: Somewhere in the Remote Arctic

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SOMEWHERE IN THE REMOTE ARCTIC

Somewhere in the remote arctic there’s a
vast sea of oval glaciers each set as if
in ivory and extending across the
expanse as if providing steppingstones for God

over black water

from the Inconceivable to the Incontrovertible
as He in an inscrutable mechanism proceeds on
His endless rounds through the

known and unknown universe indefatigably
assisting and peeling back and revealing the
core and manifesting it then concealing it back inside
its rippling golden sheath across each
edgeless horizon as if it were the sun but it is
not the sun it’s a seed the size of the sun

inside our hearts

worshipping within its own solar heaven

and melting each manifestation back again
into its reflecting pool like amber honey

over which he bends His Face

as the dream shatters

(from Stories too Fiery to Sing/Too Watery to Whisper)

About danielabdalhayymoore

Poet, artist, collagist, publisher, hoping to save a little bit of the world through ecstatic utterance... ordered in balanced lines and unpremeditated images...
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2 Responses to New Poem: Somewhere in the Remote Arctic

  1. Irving says:

    Lovely anthropomorphism 🙂 And a perfect touch of humanity and His seed within each heart. Wonderful imagery.

    Ya Haqq!

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  2. Salaam Daniel,

    I would very much like to link this for the Ringing of the Bards carnival. Please leave me a comment here and let me know if that’s OK– or you could email me at tielansari@gmail.com. Or, if there’s anything from the blog that you’d prefer me to link to…

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