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Sculpting Freedom Reading has become scanning Patterns already seen, unwilling To stir impulses to dwell or trim. But in music, condensed, uncorrupted, Participation soars unforced Floating aimlessly On ascending notes and streams Shutter through weightlessness In thought -- famished and free. Evicting out of bounds Sanding down the ferment of rigid might To the might have been's, revealed In shadows of forgotten trespasses searching for a path through the ringing sneers. Molding freedom in a skeletal shell Lighter than trembling air, Multi-resonant and incessant when still. I would rather be a composer than a poet if only My destiny would allow it, prayers heard, unread, unseen. Bedros B. Afeyan Palo Alto, CA 12-26-97 Dr. Bedros Afeyan is a theoretical physicist who works and lives in the Bay area. He also sculpts, paints and writes. His poetry, sculptures, short stories and paintings can be found on the web by clicking on his name at his web site http://www.polymath-usa.com