Voices on the Wind Voices on Aging
Time’s Dominion by Carole Mertz When ancient buildings crumble, we cringe. We want to hold forever the delights of The Rose Windows of Chartres. What if l’Arc de Triomphe tumbles and Lady Liberty withers green? Hagia Sophia, minaret-laden, no longer shines. Shall we not convene to plan a better use of Now?