© 2017 Gary Wayne Clark
"Where does love go.. when this life’s over.
Between the twilight.. and the dawn.
Fleeting moments.. of desperation.
When sunlight fades.. and then I’m gone."
The Ancient Ones believe that our spirit lives in an eternal existence of multiple dimensions, side by side, within multiple worlds (There are three worlds in Arapaho mythology – Lower [evil, dark], Middle [the struggle between dark and light] and Upper [good, light]). When a loved ones die in this dimension and attempt to cross dimensions, sometimes they become trapped between worlds as they desperately cling to their soul mate left behind. As the power of their love attempts to hold back the destiny of time, their love exists only in the fleeting moments between the shadow and the light – the twilight and dawn.
Excerpts from "And Then I’m Gone"
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