"The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision." ~Helen Keller
All the objects within my view seem so easy to capture within my hands.
The distance between their light and shade is reachable from wear I stand.
Yet, I feel the steps would turn into miles, if tomorrow I lost my sight.
My ability to reach my destination would be like trying to touch the sky.
These hands of mine would certainly have another role to play.
They would no longer just reach out to hold, but guide and lead the way.
My sense of trust would have to increase greater than what I know.
Everything I take for granted now would have a value that would grow.
For sight and true vision are second cousins from distant stars.
One sheds light upon the cornea and the other illuminates the heart.
Linking with Imaginary Gardens and all the beautiful toads. :-)