(in)Complete

She always thought that she’s got everything in place. All the pieces.

Me myself and I

When years later, a summer breeze revealed   missing pieces  from her existence.

The winds  told her that the pieces are down under, in a far away place. That they fit her perfectly despite all logical probabilities and distances.

She finds it surreal, she wonders, she is told that nothing is impossible though.

The winds can always change their course  and bring all the pieces back  together one day.

No matter what she desires or not, the winds of life have their own will and energy.

Making you wonder right now  how (in)Complete each one of us is, don’t you think?

Wonder what you might be finding out.

 

 

 

 

 

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