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Indeed, there is no hurry. Poignant thoughts, Edward. Thanks. (I am wondering why he kept her letter if he rejected her love!)
Things appear different in the rear-view mirror... and I love following the snail. Enjoyed these!
I love the implication of the last. The best way to go.
I love the notion of following a snail - wonderful!
the slow road is meant for savoring! i like your choice
I wish I took it slower in my youth- (I've slowed down much though..ha)
Hi Edward--I'm with Sandy C. on this...did he really reject her love or just the form of it? Why else would he hang on to the letters unless...the love remains?I want more snail-followin' time. Thanks for the smile on that one!
I enjoyed the savored, bittersweet quality in your poem Edward, and can relate to the snail's pace choice, and the time it gives one for reflection.
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