Last Night

 

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You visited my dreams last night

The same kind eyes and gentle voice I once knew long ago

We sat across from one another without the temperament of grief or distress sparring between our light

Flowing shared reliable tales of laughter and life

Like two small children

Free of the confines of our suffocating adult lives

No burden of loss weighing on our backs, preventing us from looking up

Giddy with excitement and giggles

A sadness washed over you as we paused to smile at one another

I am sorry

I love you

With the heart of a child

I forgave you

When you visited my dreams last night

~Alisa Hutton

9 thoughts on “Last Night

  1. Ok, Alisa, I am thinking You need to be kind to Your readers and post a warning so we can know that we are about to enter a “TEAR ZONE AHEAD”! This was such a sweet, warm and soft resolution of hurts from the past released with the innocence of a child! Such a touching and emotional ending, that I will not spoil by commenting on it but instead leave it as untrodden snowflakes on our souls.

    Are You getting bored with praise??? LOL! Bellissimo, Bellissimo Alisa! Such a comforting piece!

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