Seamless

“seamless”, 

you said,

and i 

pondered

.

fireflies in an

open-wing embrace,

the sultry rise 

of a hollow moon,

a tendril’s cascade 

over satin skin,

swans whistling low 

with the lulling tides,

.

and i wondered

about the moment 

we become 

real

.

© M.G. Iannucci 2017

Photo: Fill Your Life With Love

6 thoughts on “Seamless

  1. The power-filled word “seamless.” The late Cardinal Bernardin of Chicago used the term to speak of all matters of life. It seems so much more vital today to consider all parts of creation “seamless” – each part depending on the other for survival. Thank you for the post. Ray

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