I stirred, my eyes heavy with sleep,

Adjusting to the darkness of our room,

Morning is put on hold,

Its light helpless against the curtains.

I listen to you, sleeping

Under the duvet, my hand search for yours

Guided by your breath, my lips found yours

I laid on your chest and listen to your heartbeat,

Being lull to sleep again, by your warmth.

Till you pat my head and whisper,

Good morning, my love.

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You took me in your hands
Tore up the pages of my stories
The ones that gave me nightmares
You mended some
Trying to make it good as new
I ask why
You said there is good in me
Those you wanted to preserve
A gentle word
A fierce belonging
From that moment on
I know my story
is no longer mine alone



Ryleigh Lim

We are never truly alone. Stories to inspire and encourage. Our life is a summation of all our personal stories, the good, the bad, the ugly and the victorious.