He dreamed wheels within wheels and wind and fire, the earth four-cornered standing by with lion-eyes of flame, eagle for air; with solid ox-trod ground and man that swam in cool of water’s seeming. Wings of lightning shone; beneath, the earth like bronze; he dreamed its jeweled colors, eyes all-seeing, spirit-born, and from the dome of heaven heard the Lord.
He dreamed of God on sapphire throne with earth-toned amber robe. Flames flowed around, and water’s gleaming rainbow made a crown. And he fell down.
He dreamed, there, more than eyes can see and more than words can tell: Ezekiel