The syllable is what happens between the sounds. The word is what happens between the syllables and the sentence is what happens between the words. When I speak coherently, the last part is already contained in the first part of the coherent speech. Otherwise no one would understand me.
-from Ascension by Friedrich Benesch
Thinking and wondering about the weaving together of our days.
The beginnings, middles and ends are hectic at this stage.
How could they be anything but?
Are they listening? Am I saying too much?
Trying to make in the in betweens count.