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Issue 31 - Lughnasadh/Fall 1996

The Pipes of Pan Entice

By Ken MacDonnell

Winds of change imperil

life's best built house of cards,

and devils lurk outside church walls.

We may be cursed plodding through

the maze of choices and

peering through dark keyholes

avoiding windows open to the sky.

Woods, fields, and streams

abound with endless flory

their creatures living

casual seasons in the sun.

Perhaps the only truth is

our reflection in a stream.

We may be closer to the truth

lying under trees

than climbing up the mountains.

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