Micro-Story: a Path Less Traveled

He didn’t just fall in love with her; he fell in love with the way she looked at the world.
The way, when she took walks down a path less traveled, how the excitement would rise in her voice when she saw something unique for the first time.
Every day, for her, was the first time or how it could be a dark rainy day, and she saw rainbows. He would stand back and just watch her, as she snapped pictures of things, which existed way before her time.
And it was through her eyes; he saw what he had been missing all his life. He found home in her love.
©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com
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Categories: inspiration, life, love poems, micro-story, Uncategorized, urban poetry

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3 replies

  1. Loved your story, Linda. We can find inspiration in another’s journey, walking by their side , reflecting and learning. ❤

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  2. “He found home in her love.” Just lovely, Linda!

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  3. Touching sentiments … lovingly sweet.

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