tight·rope (tītʹrōp´) noun
1. A tightly stretched rope, usually of wire, on which acrobats perform high above the ground.
2. An extremely precarious course or situation.
“I am always at the beginning,” said The Buddha, on being asked what life was like.
Hello New Year.
Here we are: at the beginning again.
On this tightrope twined
with the messiness of living,
threads of grief,
and strands of memory.
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