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Freeze-Dried

Snapshots of our life together slither away from me like snakes in the grass. Some move too quick for me to grasp—then some move slow like honey dripping from the bottle. I gracefully grab onto those precious moments and place them safely in the freezer so they never spoil. Each moment is trapped in the …

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Familiar Flutters

Familiar Flutters   Outbursts of butterflies float from the pit of my stomach to the rifts of my ribs in a sweet explosion. Though this belly of love has been their home for many years, they have grown accustomed to my transparent frame and refuse to leave—not that I want them to go. I have …

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Nook & Cranny

Nook & Cranny   Your love remains exactly where its always been: tucked in the crevices of my heart, pumping joy through my veins as I hunger for more. The day drones on, leaving me weary. I long for you… The void within my frame is filled with the vitality of your words and the …

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Masterpiece

Masterpiece   We dance, but there’s no music, nonetheless, you take my hand in yours before the moment has a chance to slip away.   We listen closer and hear our own melody filling our ears with the notes of our laughter and the symphony of our soul.

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Evening Thought: To My Parents

Evening Thought: To My Parents You never told me I didn’t understand love, that I couldn’t; that I was too young to grasp the idea, maybe you never thought about it, or maybe you just didn’t say it aloud, but I think you knew I did. I’ve always known what love is, because I saw …

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