With my fingertips I trace a line in the air, where you have been standing, smiling, straddling your left arm with your right. Braided golden hair, thick like summer bread. Lips fresh as a cool mountain stream. Hips curving, moving — oh so ever slowly — a desert dune. With my fingertips, I trace each memory we ever shared. The small, the great, the vivid ones. The melodramatic, the sentimental, the recollected, forgotten ones. I trace, and I trace, so as not to forget — there once was a you, there once was a me.
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I am science fiction author and poet from Amsterdam. It took me a while to discover I liked to write. Now I am hooked. Help me get the word out. Leave me a review on Amazon.com. And subscribe to my email list. Thank you. View all posts by Khadim Zaman