HERE NOR THERE
Man wanders. He meets a divide; a divide between here and there. No on from here knows someone from there. Neighbors unseen; each name the other "they." To journey from one to the other is to suspend in a moment absent of both; a place neither here nor there. He seeks this place and builds a bridge. A veil unclear, blurring boundary and edge. It is not a bridge to pass, but to stay, where he invites them to join. No longer a place for none, but for both. A place where "they" become "us."