a reason

In those moments between ourselves and the rest of the world, it’s hard to think of anything but how good you look with curls in your hair, and how you never worry about tearing your delicate dusty-rose dress when you think it’ll look suspicious if we’re gone for too long.

I need moments like this — like goodnight kisses and the things you tell your friends about me — all the little details so many take for granted. That’s why I haven’t been able to write. Not because I’ve been too occupied with life, but because I’ve become numb to everything else, and inspiration has always come from my capacity to feel.

So brush your hair behind your ear, take another walk with me, and give me a reason to speak to the world.

One comment

  1. Perhaps one of the reasons is: a great blog post is forever. We readers have witnessed your ultraproductive moments, and expect the next great bust of creativity. So explorer good things that make you fell better, or do whatever is of most interest. And if you have time, please blog more.

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