Gathering in Our Own Spaces

A person wearing glasses, with curly hair tied back, sits in front of two computers with colorful images on their screens.

Not into a common space—
sharing a physical closeness we long for, precluded by wise choice.
But come, gather into this common time and a common space.

We need to be together. We yearn for connection. 
We hunger for the familiar faces of friends,
the sound of shared voices proclaiming who we are; where we are going;
that which resonates with our hopes, our dreams, our values.

We are here, in this space made of all spaces,
and we share our becoming in this moment.