“Here I possessed nothing in the world. I was no more than a mortal strayed between sand and stars, conscious of the single blessing of breathing. And yet I discovered myself filled with dreams.” ~Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Along a narrowing path I roam
In search of reason and understanding
My quest is not alone,
Upon the sand now i set
Awaiting the dawn,
In the stillness the songs of angels
Rest just against the morning waves,
Bidding farewell to last reminisce
Of the milky way .
The Axiom of all true reasoning for creation
Rest now in front of my mortal eyes
The lost ,the lonely ,the afraid,
I pray finds this path one day
From the dark , to the light
To rest upon the sands of time
In the twilight of peace.
~ Kelly J. Dishman
A special thank you to Kelly J. Dishman for graciously allowing me to use his wonderful poem in conjunction with my photograph.
“Inhale and hold the evening in your lungs.”
― Sebastian Faulks,
“The unwelcome November rain had
perversely stolen the day’s last hour
and pawned it with that ancient fence, the night.”
~ F. Scott Fitzgerald, ‘
Things are calling me away.
My hair is being pulled by the stars again.”
– Anais Nin
“I’ve loved the stars
too fondly to be
fearful of the night.”