The Eyes Have It

When you walk with wholeness and humility, there are those who will hold your gaze for just a moment longer than you’d expect.  There are also those who will avert it and disengage immediately. Those who hold it are those who recognize you, even if only for that slightly longer than usual moment. …

A Hopeful Boko-maru

Language is a desperate and clumsy embrace between souls searching for connection. They remember being whole. They yearn to be together again. Prisoners, bound and blindfolded in a dark and lonely prison, touch their feet together to remind themselves that they are not alone. It is a hopeful Boko-maru.