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Constructed / Organic

We began, a very long time ago, to construct a relationship; founded on friendship and shared desires.  Like others before us, and around us, we piled up expectations and agreements and rules and routines.   For a time, we added metaphorical rooms and hallways and stairs going up and down -- all built with stuff pulled from within our own selves, and the edifice was a shining wonder.  We thought.  The ground shifted and the ensuing quake shook the walls to rubble.

It turns out that constructed reality is susceptible to the forces which may tend to deconstruct.

We have chosen, in these later days, to adapt to our assorted defects, learning to offer one another goodwill and gentleness.  We are forming the habit of taking pleasure in one another; in being together.  What grows from that; a more organic sort of being alive, we hope will be firmly rooted in the ground on which we stand.


  1. Makes sense. It's not what it was, but you're making it what it can be. Nothing is ever static in relationships, is it?


  2. Nothing IS ever the same except for this: we are all human. I think that, when we came to the point where we were smack up against the wall, we only knew one thing -- that we loved one another, deeply, totally, irretrievably. Knowing that allowed us to take one another by the hand, turn our faces from the wall, and see what other path we might walk down.


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