With and without her

Sunday September 13, 2020

I was a twin the first twenty years of my life, Then I lost her.
I couldn’t throw her a life line, and she fell in the bottomless pit of despair.

Now I have been without my twin for forty years, Twice the time that I had been with her.

I am a fish in the vast ocean, staying above water. When I drown, I will be with her once again.

Now I float from the bottom to the top,
With the starfish and the sea turtles,
Swimming to the surface for a breath of air.

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