Infinity . a poem by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 30 March 2022

Dear Ones,

Here is a poem for each of you, my readers …

Infinity is the axle
On which Time’s wheel

Birth is the promise
That death breathes
To our Souls.

Is the legacy
That each rebirth

How deeply
We are loved.

Through torment
Longed for
From afar.

. . . . .

Ah, Arcturus
Light of my Father’s
Ancient wisdom,
Shine thou
Once more
Upon me!

Wilt thou remember
Thy weeping child?

He, the Christ,
Who walked before me!
She, the Mother,
Who bore Him?

Morning Star!
Light of my mother’s kin!
Seek Me
When Darkness
Longs to find me.

Through all
The turnings of this Wheel …
This circle
Earthly bound …
This One

Find me, my Father!
Sing Me, my Mother!

Though the Wheel turn
Yet without moving
I thy beloved
Thy presence.


Alice Clagett

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