... seeing things a bit differently.
dude...this is frickin brilliant...excellent write bubba...
Well thank you, Brian! I couldn't get Blogger to let me do two columns, so I made it a picture. Not crystal clear, but readible.
sometimes all i can manage is "aw."
so wonderful, this made me sigh!
Thank you, you lovely ladies!I'm calling this one a WIN for me!
Very nice. Very nice.
Love the duality of the dialogue.Great sentiments and great One Shot!!!
Very nice Eric and that is exactly what we thinkwhen we have found true love. I believe.Pamela
They are both lucky to have such love - no loss would be greaterThanks Eric for sharing with One ShotI bet your sweetie feel she is lucky to have you and visa versa
That is a beautiful marriage in any sense of the word...Nice One Shot...bkm
Looks like a match to me!
A wonderful one shot Eric! :-)
What a great idea! And the lines go through many emotions in the commonalities.
Connected at the brain stem and hip is a good thing.
Oh I love this one Bubba
I love that echo... of your yearning, Eric... You are always so unique
wonderful tribute to you and your wife. Kudos for such a loving relationship!
Sounds like the perfect relationship. Maybe they'll each be able to show the other what worth they have, but don't seem to believe in. I hope so.
Great match up and example of how love can work when it goes both ways.
this i call unity... what a cool idea eric - loved it
Love it! I believe it was Brian that said this brilliant. He is totally right. :)
Aww..how sweet, Eric!! And so true too! I can often hear myself (and hubby) saying this! Love, when mutual, is awesome indeed!! LOVED and really enjoyed your style here, my friend... it means a lot (the column affair)!
This is so sweet! Two very lucky people.
clever write, love the paradox of duality,and a SWEET love poem or is it poems?nice one shot,joanny
Sly, impressive, smooth avoidance of overstating theme.
You may put in your 2¢ worth, but I'll only pay you a penny for your thoughts.