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Blessing the Boats - From quilting (1991), "lucifer speaks in his own voice" Summary & Analysis

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From quilting (1991), "lucifer speaks in his own voice" Summary

Lucifer acknowledges that he is a seraphim. He knows it and owns it. He also knows that if he abandons this, he will enjoy sexuality. He is very sure of it. He sees that everything on the earth moves in some way, and so he takes for himself the body and the movement of the serpent. He does this to illuminate things for Adam and Eve, knowing that he has the power to do it, so he does.

From quilting (1991), "lucifer speaks in his own voice" Analysis

This poem is interesting because Lucifer makes several strong assumptions, some of which have turned out to be true but some which are very wrong. He knows he is a seraphim, an angel with "folding wing," and he...

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