Our love is like a magnet
a silent force between us.
This bond brought us together
from opposing ends of the earth.
They say that opposites attract
and that is partly true,
but through our similarities,
we understood each other instantly.
Perhaps it wasn’t magnets, that
led me to you.
~tired mind typing fingers
Photo via Pixabay
The ocean sparkled and glittered, calming waves flowing to and fro.
The sand was cold but nice under our feet, a slight breeze in the evening.
Falling sun in the sky surrounded by pink hues
Where we married, basically just us two.
Tuxedo and lace gown,
Nothing too fancy, imperfectness bonding us together. ❤
Photo from Pixabay.com, by YangSunmo
Love has strung together days, moments of
happiness for me.
Years went by without much of anything–
until we met.
Smiles, laughter, adventure, the newness of a newfound love.
I trace the days of “us” in your smile.
Photo from Pixabay.com, by AnnaER
via Daily Prompt: Trace
I’m writing this story as I go, would love if you’d chime in with your thoughts! 🙂
Read more here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
The day they met on the bus, was the day that changed both of their lives.
For Jane, it was the cheery mood she found herself in as she walked down her driveway after exiting the bus.
For Adrian, it was watching Jane leave the bus with a bounce in her step. He sensed she didn’t often feel that way — heck, he didn’t either. Continue reading “PART 4 – THE CRAZY THING – A SHORT STORY”
Part 1, Part 2
“So, how would you like to pay?” The clerk asked the couple, standing behind the gleaming glass display of sparkling, expensive jewelry.
“Check.” Adrian responded, pulling a checkbook out of his pocket. Jane handed him a pen since she knew he’d forgotten his today. Continue reading “PART 3 – THE CRAZY THING – A SHORT STORY”
Jane and Adrian settle into their own seats at the back of the bus, which were uncomfortably close for strangers – this is what they thought for now, anyway. They were strangers. They weren’t aware that soon they would be inseparable.
Jane pulled a book from her bag and slid the bookmark out of it, trying to remember which paragraph she left off on. As she skimmed the page, Adrian pulled a book out of his jacket pocket.
“Hey, I’m Adrian. Just wanted to introduce myself before you got lost in reading.” The man said.
Jane was startled. For all she knew, the man was perfectly fine with staring out the window, ignoring her. Continue reading “PART 2 – THE CRAZY THING – A SHORT STORY”
To someone that I’m part of, to someone that I miss. Dedicated to a family member. ❤
Strength, humor, wit, pure love and thoughtfulness–
That is only the beginning in describing your character.
I can’t imagine the pain you must have been in, but I know you were strong, and you taught everyone around you the beauty in that. Continue reading “YOU LIT UP EVERY ROOM”