A Short Conversation
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We were strangers
Barely even met
But I’ve been looking for you
In everyone since then.
A Short Conversation is a collection of stories, thoughts, and general musing. I like to write like I'm slamming a door; loudly, and with purpose.
Beautifully said! ❤️
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simply wonderful dear
thank you :)
always welcome ….you write so well
I’ve read a number of your posts now and I love the directness and quality of feeling you manage to direct in your posts. So gald I found you or the other way round in Blogland
thanks so much peter! I’m so happy you enjoyed them, i quite enjoyed yours as well :)
Wow. That was very powerful combination of words! :)
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Daaaaaw. I’m sure that was not the reaction you were going for, but I feel like this could be on the inside of a Valentine’s card.
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It is said that “when the heart is full, words are few.” Your minimalist expression (poem) is superb.
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Hello :) I really enjoy reading your prose. I’ve nominated you for the Liebster award!
Wow thanks so much! So happy you enjoyed it :)
short but full of punch
Lovely…the one who got away, or was never found :-)
An exhibition of thoughts on display that settles into a soul quite easily
so true. snippets taken from a fleeting moments. whether they are real or made by assumptions is anyone’s guess. I wonder where they are now… I wonder where she is now.
Succinct and Sincere – Bueno!
Beautiful and it’s true!!!
I love this
Thank you so much for dropping by my blog. Your writings are so beautiful. I can even relate to this fine piece writing of yours.
Thanks Wendy, I enjoyed yours as well :)
I love this. I think so many people can relate to this feeling.
Thank you :)
Heartbreaking and hopeful. So many thoughts in so few words.
Excellent. So much emotion in so little words.
I echo the first comment. A story and history told in such few words.
Thanks for reading :)
You said so much in so few words.
Glad you enjoyed it!
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