the silence after the implosion was not deafening (revisited)

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They always loved the way they both loved waterfalls.
As if it weren’t enough to drive through that scenery on the way, with its exhilarating verdancy,  the serpentine paths unmarked, illuminated by their shared love of, well, their shared love.

But now, his muscles twitched.
Her emotions repelled down, down from the cliff of his hardened inner life. Over the cascade of his own unformulations. Starting that landslide, you know, the inward one. The one that implodes stars…

leaving burn marks on the pavement. The ones that stranger, whistling at the end of the week, steps over.
He’s wishing those darn kids would quit playing with fireworks again!
But, you have to admit, it IS a great night for a campfire…


Originally posted Jan 13th, 2017

24 thoughts on “the silence after the implosion was not deafening (revisited)

    1. I’m so glad you like it!
      …a snapshot for a lot of people I believe, and the tragedy of how common and unnoticed these incredibly significant moments are. Plus, the song was always a supernatural voice to me when I needed it.
      Thank you for commenting not Ward’s computer? Because you know I like Ward more, as clever as you are 🙂

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  1. Have missed u too 😔. Looking forward to reading more of your work & naturally catching up for a coffee or 3, when you get back. ☕️ 😊


        1. hahaha I am happy for you and your nerdy emoji. I would reward you with more emojis but my tablet is playing games with me – the joyous holiday season has begun haha
          And thank you. To you too. I really appreciate our interactions and your scintillating writing!

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hi. friendly banter is always welcome.

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