Ian Llewellyn ap-Griffith
Cincinnati, Oh, U.S.A.
When one is very close to something, one tends not to see things (forest and tree syndrome, don't you know?). I had never noticed that I had two 'outward's in that first stanza. Thank you for being my eyes. I think, however, that I should rework the second line. Where else would something spread from the center but outward. Now that you mention it, I think the first one is redundant.
I look forward to more of your insight.
Your pain is for you alone, As it is, As it was, As it will be forever, Amen
-The Prophet Qa'sepel
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