Regarding the Darkbright Embraiding Chord of Hope LO23792

From: Barry Mallis (
Date: 01/20/00

Replying to LO23787 --

Such beauty and grace of thought from Andrew. thank you, thank you.

As a gift in return, I humbly offer these words of Rumi from eight centuries
ago--you two were apparently Friends:

Tambourine Feet

When you are not with me, I sometimes
resemble a fish put live in the skillet,

writhing its little cooking time left,
or the empty eyes of graffiti faces, or

a house with no one home. Other times,
my love for your soul spreads out over

the city like music. Quadrant to quadrant
the jeweled tambourine feet move, palace

to ghetto. The cultured, the craftsman,
the slave, all begin to hum and sing this.

Thank you, Andrew, for breaking this bread with us.


Barry Mallis, Manager - Training and Development
MARKEM Corporation  |  email:
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