Constitutional of the Heart XIV.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Little bit more than a couple of hundred words about romantic memories as Nature begins to dress in brown.

In the middle of the month, the mist spread over the city like a lazy cat and put its heavy blue cloak over our shoulders. The trees turning brown, the sun is dimmer, but the temperature still smoulders red, even in the evening, as if summer had forgotten it here. It’s bit like the relationship between us. You seem to have forgotten me, but my interest still glows warmly orange.

During my constitutional today I saw two interesting things. Both were related to a bird. One, a white dove, descended with its outstretched wings to the topmost branch of a poplar tree, with the same dexterity and grace as you descended from the train the first time we met alone.

The other interesting thing is related to a crow. When this bird first saw me, he flew away from me. But later I passed him by on the esplanade. He took a good look at me with his black eyes. He looked surprised, he didn’t get what he had expected.

Sometimes I felt that you were similarly surprised by my words. You didn’t get what you had gotten from others. I don’t know if that was positive or negative, but I’m sure they were different from what you were used to. I hope that’s enough for you to remember me!

For me, that is enough. Because I know that good memories bring good effects. As good as the moments I had with you…


Submitted: November 30, 2021

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