The Deep Emptiness

In the information age,

we know too much about each other

Too much good and too much bad,

that sets our minds to wander

No longer touching what we once loved,

no longer finding what we once held in our arms

No longer listening to the sweet voice of mystery

that charmed the deep emptiness

 —which now intervenes

 

(Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2020)

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