Is There Anyone Who Knows Me?

This is the first post of a three-part series on depression and anxiety, so if that’s an off-limits topic for you, I’ll see you again on the weekend! But it’s really intended as a series on hope from someone who has been-there-done-that and loves life in all of its complicated craziness as I know it now, on the other, generally sunnier, end of the tunnel. Today, for your contemplation, a meditation based on a true story of fear and loneliness and the possibility of triumph through one faint but persistent call for help.Photo + text: Under Sea, Under Stone 1

Photo + text: Under Sea, Under Stone 2

9 thoughts on “Is There Anyone Who Knows Me?

  1. I hope someday you’re known among the great poets of the world, Kathryn. Very powerful. For some reason it puts me in mind of Yeats’ “Second Coming”.

  2. Pingback: I’m in the Support Group for “I Can’t Help being Human” (Part 2 of a 3-part series) | Art-Colored Glasses

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