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The Bedroom

By David ParhamPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
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Photo by Ralph (Ravi) Kayden on Unsplash

Quick Note:

Gina loved her new bedroom set

Loved Crate and Barrel

Loved the 1000 thread-count sheets I sprayed with

mountain-air sheet freshener

And she loved me for buying it.

This room belonged to us

No sign of Lucky, no feeling he's watching

I think I may have extinguished Luck from our lives

And found a place for just the two of us.

In the years ahead this is where we talked things over

Solved problems

Argued and, of course, made love.

Two children were created in this bed, a boy and a girl

Gina and John

But that's later

Tonight she couldn't be happier

And that's the way I want it to stay

love poems

About the Creator

David Parham

Writer, Filmmaker, Digital artist.

The ever Changing Complexities of Life, Fear, Mysteries and Capturing that which may not be there Tomorrow.

Complex, Change, Fear, Mystery, Tomorrow & Capture. Six reasons I write.

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