L'invisible.... some of this clear light doesn't transcend into the invisible sphere. Altars where carillon is placed, this offering feeds this sanctuary and minds the ancient belltower's Gods song and women. Entering l'invisible is a link between us and the dead forever which forces the space into our minds if one is drinking. "But inside you, at the very depths of you, what a forgotten provocation". Changed by silence from slow childhood and the silencing itself, l'invisible is too absent, again and again.
please reference The Astonishment of Origins: French Sequences by Rainer Maria Rilke