Camp: L. Ward Abel

July 25, 2010 § Leave a comment

It’s a long way over the countryside

from one home to the next, from one life

through a wilderness to another life.  And

when it’s night we aren’t scared because

we’ve adapted to these shadows

over thousands of lifetimes, so that now

we can’t distinguish sunrise from sunset,

just a lightening and darkening of shades

more subtle than distance.

Black Cloud Over Thirsty Valley - Raphael Umscheid

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