Unwilling to Be Yours

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Peter picks off where he left off Wednesday in Unwilling to Be Yours. He’s found a place to drop off ‘Waiting for Rebirth’. Only is the gazebo truly his choice? Or is someone else guiding him?

This is a little longer than six sentences, forgive me. (bows)

 

I set down the painting on the ground, half expecting someone to grab me from behind.

No one did. I opened the gate, my hands trembing with relief.

I flexed my fingers and took a deep breath, before I picked up ‘Waiting for Rebirth’.

The icky sensation was gone. I could lift the canvas with ease, delightful ease.

What had happened? What had changed about this painting when I left the Navel and drew closer to the garden?

 

 

 

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