Prayer never ends. It's like the sea and the sky, like an endless field or a song that never dies, like words that echo in the mouth of a canyon long after they're spoken, like a heart filled to the brim with love, overflowing with love, spilling over the edge of a cliff, like an endless waterfall of love ever-reaching, ever-hoping ever-seeking.
Bruce Black is the author of Writing Yoga (Rodmell Press/Shambhala) and editorial director of The Jewish Writing Project. He received his BA from Columbia University and his MFA from Vermont College. His work has appeared in Elephant Journal, Blue Lyra Review, Tiferet Journal, Hevria, Poetica, Reform Judaism, The Jewish Literary Journal, Mindbodygreen, Yogi Times, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and elsewhere. He lives in Sarasota, FL.