Tag: hope

have you seen how hope…

have you seen how hope gathers at the edge of pain? how like first light, it graces the thin lip of the ridge before sweeping wholesale down the slope? how sometimes it is slow to gather, and even slower to rise up over the noise … Continue reading have you seen how hope…



this window is just the idea of sky in the same way hands merely suggest caress human hearts imagine more than what is given this ceaseless invocation is hope and is the reason for so many moon songs © Sarah Whiteley

the betweens

more familiar with the betweens than with the origins and destinations and that, I suppose, is the nature of the journey we take – a conglomeration of moments framed by first and last breaths, by the hopeful fogs of tomorrow’s mornings and the dry silences … Continue reading the betweens