Friday, December 13, 2013

Marilyn McEntyre: "What to Do in the Darkness"

Go slowly
Consent to it
But don't wallow in it
Know it as a place of germination
And growth
Remember the light
Take an outstretched hand if you find one
Exercise unused senses
                                                               Find the path by walking it
                                                               Practice trust
                                                               Watch for dawn

"What to Do in the Darkness" by Marilyn McEntyre. Found online at this link. 

Photography credit: Untitled image by unknown photographer, found at this link and altered by project curator (originally black and white).



  1. So perfectly stated and so appropriate as we deal with the pandemic. Thank you!


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