“Whatever returns from oblivion returns to find a voice,” writes Louise Glück in her poem The Wild Iris. That’s a key theme in the weeks ahead. There’s part of you returning from oblivion – making its way home from the abyss – and it’ll be hungry to express itself when it arrives back in your regularly scheduled life. This dazed part may not yet know what it wants to say, but it’s fertile with unruly wisdom gathered while wandering. Sooner rather than later, it’ll discover how to articulate raw truths.