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  • Writer's pictureRuby Nambo


I never knew that meeting you

made a difference.

This small amount of time,

like a summer sunrise

on one end navy blue sky

the other golden orange

and the peaking rays,

is beautifully used.

This small amount of time

You wrote a chapter of

the memories we spent together.

We laugh and smiled

And shared meals together.

I didn’t ask for you to come

And you didn’t ask for it either.

In a small amount of time

it just happened.

In a snap, we were connected.

Before we were strangers,

And now we can hold a conversation.

It could be either be a simple text

Or a phone call

That can last for hours or even days.

A summer sunrise in Ellensburg, Washington.

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