• On the other side of the big flat top mountain

    by  • June 3, 2018 • * Safe for Work *, Lost Love • 1 Comment

    Do you ever wonder if our paths will cross again? If it is meant to be, right?

    I know they have almost crossed at least once this past year or so. I could feel it. Something to do with hearts, electricity, vibrations, magnetism, the numbers, the plants, the animals, the stones, the stars, the universe, a sixth sense, and hope. Can’t quite piece it all together. ????

    I wonder if you could feel it too?

    Perhaps you drove by a beach I frequent in a small So Cal town that starts with the same letter as your first name?

    Perhaps I got off the train and walked by a place you were working at in the City we first met, that also starts with the same letter as your first name?

    Perhaps you stopped for gas a time or 2 in my small little town I now call home, that starts with the same letter as your last name?

    Perhaps you drove by the Starbucks I often go to in my home town, that also starts with the same letter as your last name?

    Perhaps you visited the town near all those big red rocks that I often frequent that starts with the same letter of your middle name?

    Perhaps you drove by the cabin I sometimes stay at, right under the big flat top mountain, in between 2 small towns that both also start with the first letter of your middle name?

    Perhaps we once looked at the same stars at the same time and made the same wish?

    Perhaps I am batshit crazy… But perhaps I am not…

    Does not really matter to me which one it is anymore.

    As I am sure you know, I still sometimes miss you – especially during this strange Gemini time of year and the 22 days in between. There is an interesting story behind our dates, that I doubt you are aware of, which I hope to someday get the chance to share with you.

    For now:

    One Response to On the other side of the big flat top mountain

    1. Uncomfortable preconceived notions
      June 3, 2018 at 9:02 pm

      Forgot water and the moon

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