Paradise Regained


Cormorants sit like Satan,
on top of the knowledge tree,
like unholy fruit standing,
where the light should be.

The cathedral of my soul,
contains those dark corners,
where stained light will not stroll,
only occasional mourners.

The sporadic steady light
comes from you and me.
Sparkling in the twilight,
it is just enough to see.

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