A Blank Slate



Young lovers stand before the waters

hands linked

hearts entwined.

Silence fills the air, and words,

words, they are—unnecessary.

The cool waters protrude gently upon the shore-

as the forrest’s inhabitants, pardon the couple’s intrusion.

Much time has passed, and they begin to egress.

Mentally, they recall their former selves-

where nature painted yet another perfect portrait,

to display amongst a cluttered shelf.


  • Author: Dford1 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 7th, 2017 05:31
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • cynah Rae

    Good read, well crafted. Keep writing


    • Dford1

      Thank you.

    • Tony36

      Wonderfully written and expressed

      • Dford1

        Thank you.

        • Tony36


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