The Chalice and the Crucible

Poems by Alice B. Clagett
are newly added poems
v are my personal favorites

Angels and Demons and Devils
 (oh my!)

The Angel's Hair

Are You God Almighty?

Are You the Hammer?

Aruba Wakeup

As Rain Loves the Earth

bedroom Windows

Bellows of Life 

Beloved

The Bird of Paradise

Blue-Green Memories

Bright on Dark Waters

California Everlasting

California Snail

The Chrysalis

Coral Dreams

Cuyamaca Omen 

Deliverance  v

Distance

El Corazon

Evening

Evil

The Far Himalayas 

The Fathomless

A Fickle Breeze

For My Sister

For a Young Girl

For Our Fathers  v

Frog Eggs

Four Friends
  from High School

Ganderland

The Geek in Me

God in Love

Goodbye from Mom

The Good Flick

Greetings to the Christed Races

The Heart Is a
 Winged Messenger

Here, Here Is My Body

Hiroshima  v

Home Again

How Old Are You? A Conversation
 between God and Adam

How to Handle a 9 to 5

The Human Heart

If I Could Hold My Mind,
 Like a Baby Chicken

An Incomplete Rhyme

Joy Springs Forth

The Kabir Bird

Kingdom of the Sun

The Last Time We Passed On

Leviathan  v

Light of the World

A Little Blessing

Love by the Ounce

Love's a Wet Ride  v

Love's Sweet Embellishment

Midori - 
 Neither Green Nor Blue

Mountain Poems

The Murmuration

My Designer

On Freedom

Opium Dreams and Sunlit Lakes

Other People's Thoughts

Poems in October

Portals and River Rocks

Prayer for the People
 of New Earth

The Rage the Body Feels

River Rock

Scotch Tape Doesn't Last

Shall We Make War on War?

Somersaults

Song by the Pacific

Song for the Night
 after Christmas
 v

Songs for a Spring Day

Song for a Summer Day

Stonegate 

That One  v

The 37-Year Partnership 

The Time before the Times

The Towhee 

The Tribe of the Golden Hue

True Love

The Undying Heart

The Veil

To Catch a Salamander

Virginia Surmise

The Voodoo Bird

Warrior Song

Westwood: Three Vignettes              

What Was That Moment?

Where Does the Formless
 Emerge as Form?

Whether the Wind Blow

The Winds of the World

Woo Hoo

Words of Wisdom from Me

Yikes

 
 
Image: "From Fra Burmeister og Wain's Iron Foundry," 1885 painting by Peder Severin Krøyer.
Men are working in an iron foundry. Two crucibles of molten iron are being poured into a trough or cast. Public domain
 
Image of Crucible that has a fiery chalice in it:
 
http://www.morganmms.com/sites/default/files/morgan-mms-main-syncarb-z2.jpg
 

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