Sometimes when sea and air are almost one
it’s possible to slip into the space between,
a moment lost in time, to be all gone
from earth and sand, and go to what can not be seen.


Comments on: "Space" (20)

  1. This is breat!

    I am sure David once wrote somethg similar to this. It may have been in his Walking Into Eternity book, not sure.

    Maybe ask bim if it reminds him of one of his? πŸ™‚

    L&H xx

    • You sound as if you have a cold lol. πŸ™‚ I would love to read it. I probably have read it but can’t remember…

      L&H xx

  2. Him not bim!! Lol xx

  3. YayI I got the wrong book but I knew it sounded familiar!

    Thanks for finding iit πŸ™‚ xx

  4. This is beautiful, Ina!

  5. Ethereal…greatly enjoyed the reading πŸ™‚

  6. I especially loved the first lines, Ina – the thought of settling a while in that space felt quite comforting. XO

  7. Lovely use of a simple iambic rhythm.

  8. I want to slip into that space between tonight…

  9. It was you I almost saw on the beach…

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