“Into the Labyrinth we circled each other, inside this stony tree of life.” – Natalie Jean D – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

“…. I met a woman called Johanne who followed me after a crow’s flight.

“Into the Labyrinth we circled each other, inside this stony tree of life.

“She heard me singing in the centre.

“Her hair was silver and her eyes were wild…. brighter than slate blue, but still alive with the depth of many weathered storms.

“Lessons from ancient women fell from sky as we spoke, along with tears, and rain, and all that is equally unspoken.

“The kindness of strangers still persists …”

Natalie Jean D

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