"It's not a walk in the park," goes the expression, except that this was. This was an epic walk in the park because of when we did it and where we were in our relationship, a relationship that wound up tighter than it had ever before (because this was a second time around) and then unwound in front of us only to weave itself into a cozy, loving, shared understanding.
I don't understand it. But there you have it, it seems to be a shared understanding.
We don't say everything that's on our minds these days, but those days, in that walk around Allaire State park, we said everything. We said it with our voices. We said it with our smiles. We said it with our bodies. We talked it all thru and it felt exactly right.
What do you do with perfection when the threads come loose? What do you do with the magic when the trick is discovered? What do you do with the walls that rebuild and double?
"Would you change anything about this?"
"No. Because then it wouldn't be this, and this is nice."
"Do you regret anything about the big changes we made?"
"What good do regrets do?"
I'd drink to that, but my liver seems to object. Just one more aging crumbling falling leaf in a beautiful forest.
-- doug smith
Written using the prompt Picture This:
1. Select a random picture
2. Write nonstop for five minutes only and then stop.