The Come and the Go of It

A p r o n h e a d -- Lilly

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Friends come and go—

but when they are “come,” you never suspect the “go.”

So . . . how many secrets, shared in trust, walk out the door with that one—that one with whom I had felt such kindred kindness.

It might make me more guarded—you would think—to shelter

closer the bleeding things that make me defenseless, to not so easily show my tender underbelly,

my transparent self,

to the next maybe-transient friend.  But

the trick is I keep wanting the forever kind of friend, and I keep investing the bloody bits of my private self because

hope has a hard time dying to the thought that perhaps,

just perhaps

there exists the friend-kind that will never walk away, carrying my treasures and trash with them.

This longing for the lasting: This is, I suppose, a longing for the eternal, and

I will ever be disappointed that it is not…

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About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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6 Responses to The Come and the Go of It

  1. bdd3 says:

    I think that God created us to want intimate friends with whom we share our inmost being. Yes, because we are human we get hurt, many time more than we can stand. But when we share in His love we reflect all the God truly is.

      • bdd3 says:

        I have got to ask you what camera you shoot with and what macro/micro lens? I have a BFA in photography (which earned me the right to ask if you would like fries with your order), currently have a Nikon D7100 (with accessories and lenses, including a 40mm micro). Also have a Nikon F2 (with lenses), a Rollieflex and a view camera.

  2. bdd3 says:

    With my Nikon I have the standard lens which is 18mm-55mm, a 55mm to 300mm, and the 40mm micro. Don’t know why they changed the name from macro to micro. Keep shooting.

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