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Staying afloat

10 January, 2013

The ocean stretches beyond our vision
We can no longer see where we started
Its furthest reaches are invisible beyond the horizon
We cannot fathom what may be ahead


We are vulnerable to destructive powers
Exposed to countless dangers
But together we can protect each other
Support each other
Keep each other afloat
Together we will not sink


  1. Tin Woman permalink

    Quite lovely

  2. TheOthers1 permalink

    “But together we can protect each other.” I like that.

  3. And we keep floating. On, and on, and on… Beautiful RG.

  4. Such a loving take-away! Love “we can no longer see where we came from” …”But together we can protect each other.”

  5. These words are like sunshine on a cloudy day! Beautiful!

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