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Lucente Skye "O Come O Come Emmanuel": For now is all there is.


Something peculiarly inviting I found about Lucente Skye's "O Come O Come Emmanuel". Much like the artwork, the piece feels like a moment of relief, an opening of sky past a trailing track among thick trees that lasted a moment too long and - once found - allows for all that was to be gone into the past, right where it belongs, as much as for all that is to come - to wait, and only now - this piece of sky upon which I gaze - is all that there has ever been.


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/RJ



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