Monthly Archives: December 2016

Midwinter Vigil

I am not made of molecules skin, sinew or bone those are only clothes of words layers of abstraction rather I am made of darkness absence, silence, memory sadness, regret questions without answers How else to make myself an eye … Continue reading

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Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson (1817-1875)

Eternally set stages awaiting the divine their modest usher seeming still alive to stand at our shoulder and whisper in our ear of light, the ancient sacrament. To him every building a church house or office becoming temples consecrated by … Continue reading

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