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Finding your way back

Updated on January 24, 2011

ABOUT FINDING YOURSELF AFTER BEING LOST

LIKE A LEAF THAT LOSTS IT'S PLACE ON A BRANCH AND FELL FROM A TREE,  SHE FLOATS DOWN TO THE WATERS EDGE,  SLOWLY THE SATURATION OF THE TIDE BRINGS HER OUT.  PUSHED OUT, PUSHED BACK, SIMMERING WITHIN THE CURRENT,  BROUGHT BACK TO FEEL THE TURBULANCE OF THE ROCKS ON THE BANK,  SHE SLOWLY GLIDES BACK,  HER SKIN SLOWLY REGAINING LIFE,  THE OLD EVAPORATING TILL SHE FINALLY BREATHES AGAIN,  THE WORST HAS COME AND GONE

 

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      31alabama31 6 years ago from I TRAVEL AROUND ALOT

      I wrote this for a friend in Connecticut, Melissa< after she had a fight with her boyfriend

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