Her Journey – Fictionalizing

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She came second, but acted like the first
She needn’t say a word, now she’s well-versed
Quiet and always with a book, while the siblings dance
They’ve done the lot, but she maintained her resistance
They have a happy childhood, with hundreds of cousins
They played, they swam, they partied and other actions
She got her degree in Chemistry with a loyalty medal
She went to Europe and saw her first snow and castle
There she met someone in the lab and romance bloomed
Six months in the lab and the relationship mushroomed
But got separated because both want to experience more
Then they came back and decided it was forevermore
A son was born and the three played house with a garden
Everything revolved around the son, which was part of a bargain
Until the time came, when the son left and emptied the nest
The couple couldn’t complain, they were happy and blessed
Now back to being two, they’re enjoying being SKIers
Spending Kids Inheritance, by going to different places
Experiencing life to the full while they still can
Ticking their Bucket List in their life span

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8 thoughts on “Her Journey – Fictionalizing

  1. l love that after all the couple went through they became closer when they welcomed a baby boy. Children are always the center and bloom of love and a happy home. The best part is at the end where the couple now are enjoying the time of their life. Great piece 🙂

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  2. I loved your poem! The rhyming flow drew me into the couple’s life. I do like that they were closer as they grew older. Happy to read that they spent the kid’s inheritance enjoying life and each other.
    Thanks for participating in tale weaver!

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