Margaret Gibson: Breathe on Me Breath of God

Margaret Gibson
In each stanza, sounding E-sharp in the second line highlights key phrases (‘life anew,” “is pure,” “wholly thine,” “never die.”) The melancholy shift in pitch confirms that it is from an awareness of incompleteness that longing and the path to awakened love begin.

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