Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

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I love this, Davy. And I completely understand how love can feel wishy washy. I think the not knowing is one of the hardest parts about relationships.

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    I don’t think maturity makes it easier Laura. Love is one of those things that will always be a mystery. Glad you enjoyed it and thank you for the kind words.

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      And perhaps you didn’t mean literally move on as much as moving on to different head space until the feelings of love return–a natural part of all relationships.

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      You are right Laura. I think it can sometimes mean both. It is that uncertainty in relationships that makes us create our own perceptions and tensions and we end up second guessing.

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A wistful, moving re-presentation, Davy, of love’s ‘Will she … Won’t she’ scenario. Picking the petals of a burgeoning relationship!

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You speak the truth Davy, if only men could understand better and women be less complex .

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Sometimes it can feel like Groundhog Day… you’ve captured the wavering beautifully. 🙂

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Excellent, Davy. What will be, will be – maybe?

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Reblogged this on Creative Writing Reblogged.

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Love how far coffee and your words can take us, D. 🙂

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Omg this is simply fabulous. Delicious

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