I remember reading a Bradbury poem about a "Cosmic Christ". I know I have it in one of my books of collected works, but last night I skimmed through the TOC's of all of them and just couldn't seem to find it.
Does anyone remember the poem, know the name, and/or know what book it is in? A friend and I were discussing the concept of a Cosmic Christ (a Christ for all galexies, solar systems, planets etc...)and I mentioned that poem...and, of course, now I can't locate it. *sigh*
Any help much appreciated.
If you're talking about "Christus Apollo", it is in:
I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC, and
A CHAPBOOK FOR BURNT-OUT PRIESTS, RABBIS AND MINISTERS.
There was also a CD cut, called "Christus Apollo" Text by Ray Bradbury, Music by Jerry Goldsmith. Narration by Anthony Hopkins.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Mr. Dark:
[B]If you're talking about "Christus Apollo", it is in:
I SING THE BODY ELECTRIC,
Thank you. That's the one. Given the collection it is in, one would think I'd have found it..
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