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Sacred power means reality and at the same time enduringness and efficacity .
James Booth (2006), in an exploration of the relationship between memory and identity, reminds us that "memory is essential to the coherence and enduringness of the community (or person), to its boundaries and persistence, in short, to its identity" (p.
My poem ends "rock on, rock on, rock on," which I think is meant to propel the utopic space into permanence, enduringness, eternalness, though it is evanescent.