“Be sure it is not for nothing that the Landlord has knit our hearts so closely to time and place...”
C. S. Lewis, Pilgrim’s Regress
Loire’s contour framed in veil littoral
evades distinction — an everyman’s view
of a half-form’ed castle.
The haze of Ambacia hovers
solely over the edge nearest visions
by the promontories and quays.
Swale, present and warm, peers up biding
the actual, the utmost, the yet,
as a returning tenant.
Tianna Haas is an editor for a faith-based non-profit in the Greater Charlotte area of North Carolina. She does commissioned illustrations and portraiture in her free time.
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