We Knew It Would

“We sat on leather seats and let the radio blend with the raindrops. Both were a background to our soft conversation. We talked about stars and no stars and lights and no lights. We didn’t mention darkness, just the absence of light. We talked like the darkness was temporary, as if it was only a matter of time before the light would return. We had confidence in this and confidence in ourselves. Arms were intertwined and I could feel your chest rising and falling against mine. Together we watched the world spin through the rain streaked window, letting the morning sun brighten everything. Just like we knew it would.”
Ryan Avery

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