Abstraction II

[12 July 2019]

Nothing can ever be just itself. We stretch, we long, we crave to reach that point just beyond ourselves, that point just out of reach, the point of almost discovery, where the ivy clings to the moonlight and your brown stone walls and the plum blossoms in your hands.

16 thoughts on “Abstraction II

  1. Beautifully articulated! Life becomes meaningful, and rightly so, when we accept that there will always exist a point of “almost discovery”. You’ve captured in a few words what could potentially be a philosophical rant. The ivy, moonlight, and plum blossoms…lovely!!

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  2. I am so so sorry, I missed this post…
    I don’t see why it didn’t show up in my feed ..it happens to several also, it is not good ..
    But, Nathan- what can I say…
    I am completely captivated of your wordsโค๏ธ

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