Faces of hope

Allison Grayhurst


Faces of hope


I watch the future

as I watch the motions

of your lungs. I see

so much change and so astounding a discovery.

I see two asleep, plenty full

of love, bearing themselves up

against the world. I see the frames

of two who have no boundaries,

who have extraordinary powers

in ordinary reality, who have presence

and beauty with the added blessing

of fitting in.

I see the advances of light on your skins.

I see the unexpectancy of time

in the simplicity of your smiles.



Copyright © 2006 by Allison Grayhurst


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First published in “Synchronized Chaos” July 2017




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