Drawing the Line
Radiance Angelina Petro
The first necessary movement he makes is to draw the line
that changes our perspective and shifts our inclinations, making us
become aware life departs from symmetry, which is too much to bear.
Our darkness has the greatest potential to break, and so, he draws light
from that. The turning point is when we realize it all seems complete without
being finished. His simplest line of action is to attach us to a common center—
a fixed position of grace, and all the details and draperies drawn in pale lines
are left behind, and in great, sweeping gestures, he swings the line,
curves it inwards and upwards to become your lifeline. All of his lines
weave our way, all of his lines are expressions of devotion,
all of his lines strive forward, all of his lines radiate crossings,
all of his lines move in rhythm, all of his lines describe the simplest way
of action, and all of his lines interlock, and form a strong togetherness
as we are erased into bliss.