Life's Voyage

Haephestus
In that the road of life is certainly a tightrope, some equilibrium is indicated if one concludes the many falls all have soft landings, which suggests life's perils may be regarded with the delight or perhaps sly whimsy, for we don't even know if the final fall is just a fall or an ascension or perhaps a further descent, obscuring from view from high above life's rushing tide, beneath the mythic swell while evading life's under tow, yet reaching for life's Barca-lounger, the momentary joy must always yield to a phalanx of the unimaginable and unknown, transcending wealth's wisdom, while slowing our spiritual need to upgrade the soul, yet seeking solace in 2-dimensional fantasies, which hopefully enlighten those not in search or need, after we have navigated the eternal episodes on our wire, which we thought were unique to ourselves, dictated by unresolved parental conflicts which caused the real or imagined spills that in securing our elevated passage, have created these etchings. - Zevi Blum...