Constitutional of the Heart XIII.

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Description of a hopeful beginning filled with new energies and with love in less than three hundred words.

A new day, a new week has begun today, filled with the lion-strength and roaring energies of every beginning. My soul now burns red, glowing like the fiery petals of the flower I saw under the mooring. Which, despite the depressing surroundings, has found new life amongst the yellowish pebbles, next to the arsenic green Danube and under the rusting gangway.

But not only did I feel the exuberant power of this personal spring, I also radiated it. Just as you, like some unfathomable idol, radiated a golden glow of cheerfulness when we played with your favourite card game.

There was a man, like shadow from the light, fled from the rays of my shining confidence. Or, at least, stood out of my way. Others, mostly women, marvelled at the white glare of my panache. But even the crows, the gulls and even the walked dogs were watching me with interest.

It’s a sweet start of the week for me, moreover, the new moon is approaching. Another symbol of beginning, after which the sun’s life-giving, blazing, sparkling light slowly falls on the moon’s dark surface.

This Monday feels like a special day for me. A kind of intimate, secret holiday, of which others can only have a glimmer of inkling. Sort of a hidden treasure, the secret of which I have now shared with you, so that you can enjoy its mystery as well.

I hope my good luck will last and it is going to fly me far and wide with swollen sails. To shores that wait for me as warmly as you waited for me before we went to the dance…


Submitted: November 29, 2021

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