Posted in Epics, Poetry

Bridge the gap

All we had

Was a gentle stream
Flowing between us
Strange how it compelled us
To arrive at the shore
Despite the marshy land
Despite the saw-edged pebbles

So one fine day,

You said let’s build a bridge
I was apprehensive
So you built one on your own-

A rickety one; a flimsy one,
A rocky one; a shaky one

Perhaps to alter our inconvenience
But today I rack my brains thinking-

Was that your strength?
 Or, 

Was that your incapacity?

Maybe you “bridged” the gap
Quite literally.

~Poem 32

I fretted, but I made it too,
You didn’t even step forward, and claimed you had the flu.
(Picture credits: unknown; Source: We heart it)

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Your average girl.

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