“I’m the fool whose life’s been spent between what’s said and what is meant.”

Is that a great line or what? It’s from a song by Carrie Newcomer whose music I discovered last night when our pastor played two of her songs during worship. I’ll probably have to buy her latest CD, “Geography of Light.”

“There is a Tree” chorus:

There is a tree beyond the world,
In its ancient roots a song is curled.
I’m the fool whose life’s been spent
Between what’s said and what is meant.

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