A Walk With You

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A Walk With You
by Melissa

I walked with you again last night.
It was a bright night,
warm enough for swimming. 

It seems you knew my woes,
for you put your arm around me,
and made me rest my head,
hidden in your shoulder. 

The road was uneven, deeply rooted,
Sometimes you seemed to tower over me. 

I wonder – If I tripped,
would you catch me?
Or would I send us both sprawling,
my heavy heart like a clay boulder,
dragging us downwards,
shattering upon impact.

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