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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

writing it down

he spoke he loved her but the noise about her was so great she could not hear his words and she grew tired of feeling alone and being away and seeing her passions sink below the horizon, baring only the darkness that comes from not knowing how she came to this lowly place or what emptiness lay ahead.

so he took to writing it down, that he loved her, that love was all he had for her at the moment, and that love could be enough, that is until they would be together again, when they could cast a light on her passions once more but this time plow a path paved in their image.

he did this knowing that noise has little dominion over the written word but only if she read his words to learn this for herself.

so he sent her the link to his words to be sure she did read them because that's what you do nowadays.


Pamela Beers. said...

Sounds like your missing Keaton.

Two things to remember:
1. Love is forever.
2. Keep writing.

And not necessarily in that order.

itsmecissy said...

Better still: text message.

Is this what we've come to?

Unfortunately, yes.