Monday, April 10, 2017

DAY #8: Uranus - Invocation to a Father

Wow!  We are into our second week and the poems are beginning to flow in!

This week we launch our component for those not in virtual worlds (and perhaps not yet ready to venture into them) who might find this project interesting. Check out the For Corporeals tab and share it with your friends.

I am inserting a video to go with today's poem, as "Uranus, the Magician" is the featured element, and there is so much movement in that section, it's hard to appreciate it in stills - though Inara Pay took an outstanding shot of it for her preview article.

Uranus - The Father
By Shiloh Fallen

Hiding in darkness
How far away are you now
Troubled Father sky

Our metallic tubes
Only pierce these suffering clouds
Your guidance dispersed

Overcome by grief
Methane gas turns us sick - blue
Can you still heal us

You wear thirteen rings
Shield from the void of chaos

Your children's orbits


Poems can be submitted at the drop boxes on LEA 4, or by emailing them to caledoniaskytower at g mail (dot) com.

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