answers

How many times will we be here?

Waiting for answers to questions unknowable

About life and death and suffering and aliveness

 

Looking to strangers for directions on finding  “quality of life”

Alongside those we are bound to, through birth or by choice

Who in those very moments offer all the answers we need:

 

We are together.

Even now, even still.


3 thoughts on “answers”

  1. Possibly even answers will not be answers. Can you live life to its current possibilities in the non answers world or do you spend time looking for answers that may remain non—answers?

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