as long as you did it together...
i love writings that end in ambiguous words like "sentence"
a co-created direction is the best way to travel, in my opinion.
I love this.....
but was there resentment?
I really like this poem especially the economy of words, and the imagery that it conjures up as I read.
Who went first?
With any luck, the direction is beneficial to both.
This is quite lovely. It speaks to the scary ambiguity of committing to someone or something else. You have to take the good and the bad, but ultimately it is your choice as to whether or not you see the whole experience as a trap. Very "John Donne-ian". - G
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