©2003 Susan Noyes Anderson, His Children, Vantage Point Press
(Photograph ©2003 by Anita Schiller)
Beauty cannot enter where we do not leave a friendly space.
Poems began as empty pages, masterpieces as a trace.
Every note must stand alone before it makes a lullaby.
Every tree has greater stature viewed against a naked sky.
Life is simple; letting go creates a space for hopes and dreams.
Barren walls and open floors make room for ever-changing themes.