On Second Thought

She typed a text to him, but paused.

She let the cursor flash.

The miles between them seemed to grow.

She didn’t know why this ebb and flow happened.

It was always around her birthday it seemed.

And would last for weeks or months at times.

She frowned. She didn’t understand.

But she didn’t want to be a burden.

She backed up the cursor, clearing out the text.

Closed the session and put her phone down.

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