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A Phoenix on a Frozen Star
by Lee Garrett

Wednesday, December 11, 2002

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Ammonnia pebbles
and Methane slush
hide my abstraction
in a standing wave.
Razor-edged current
spin me in aching slowness,
within the black-ice face
of infinity--

Sheltered
from the airless night--
I creep toward the sun
frozen in a drift--
One thought from death.

Somewhere In the next millinium
my life will pass
in a thawed moment
as I awaken from
a continuum of dreams--

A phoenix on a frozen star--

lee Garrett
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Reviewed by William M. Sowman 12/12/2002
"A Phoenix on a frozen star." Frozen night, frozen tears. Frozen thoughts for years and years. When the thaw comes will we just
have been snowmen? Who knows what life holds. Bill Murray
Reviewed by Paul Bright (Reader) 12/12/2002
Poor Jean Grey. She had hard times. Nice imagery :)
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