I walk a mile, you walk a minute
Standing in front of a big iron gate
I found Jesus at the hem of her dress...
In the solitude of my mind,
I'm craving something new,
The moments that truly count
You used to text me ”can I come over” every single day.
I walked into the building and went to front to turn on the computers. I turned back and three feet in front me was her. Everything and everyone else around me faded out of my mind. I looked at her, with a trembling feeling. She looked at me and smiled as a tear fell from her eye. It was a happy tear, a tear of joy. She say to me, “Meet me at the fire pit behind your house in five minutes.” I looked at her with a shocked and concerned look. She runs off. I run to the fire pit, thinking and wondering if I was wasting my time. If this was just a trap my mind was creating to torment me. As I arrived, I looked up and she was there, standing, looking at the fire pit. I stop and stare at her, not knowing whether or not she was real. She turns and see’s I am here. She runs to me and embraces me. My heart drops and I begin to weep. It was as if this moment in time was a moment that would stand still forever. She looks at me and says, “I am so sorry.” I say with tears in my eyes and trembling voice, “It’s okay, I understand.” She looks at me with smile and tears in her eyes. She wipes my tears away and says, “It’s time to move on, because even though this is a beautiful moment in time, you and I both know…this is all in your head.”