Serendipity

Jackie Ann
Jul 28, 2020 · 1 min read
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When the ocean of sorrow
flows through my window
and I feel your absence
like a grey-bellied cloud,
I remind myself
what a miracle it was
that we ever found
each other at all.

In your company,
any cloud
would give its darkness
to twinkle
so I should be thankful
that I met you at all
in this life
with such slim odds
of drifting into your tide.

Isn’t it beautiful
that in a sea of people
our waves found a way
to intermingle?
Isn’t it a miracle
that I heard your smile
like stardust sprinkled
on the shoreline?

Isn’t it amazing
the stars aligned
and for one tiny,
delicate stitch
in the fabric of time,
I was blessed enough
to call you mine.

© Jacqueline Ann 2020

Originally posted in The Creative Cafe

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Passionate writer who enjoys using the creative process as a means of self expression and self reflection. instagram.com/jacquelineann06

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Waxing and waning. A space for self-reflection and personal growth.

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