Home  |  Preface  |  Credo  |  Questions and Whimsies  |  Haiku and The Yearly Round  |  Encounters  |  The Journey
The Sport of Kings  |  Metaphysical  |  Honor  |  What Is Poetry? > Essay > Joanne Kyger > WJ Ray > Daniel Marlin  | Thoughts  | Shakespeare Papers
Sales  |  MemoirsCredits and Acknowledgments
| Biographical


The Journey

Premonition, 1949

When I was the world and of it too
The roiling clouds transfixed my eye
As I stood amid the dense Power
Colored steel dust blue
It lit, lit again then exploded
Grey horses five miles high
Flew on enormous and wild-eyed
Racing to obey the thunderclap
Approaching from my other side

Previous Page  Next Poem

All Rights Reserved · Copyright © 2005, WJ Ray
Website by Creation-Designs.com