Hearts emptied in the valley of a storm
Burned out lamps quieted the abandoned dorm
A steering wheel scurried beyond a dark duffle-bag
Innocent kids skipped and ambitiously played tag
The runway was clear and a dry beverage helped move boxes of hollow charcoal
The anger of love spun dishes out of control
Ceramic frogs weighed down the free-falling doll house
A night of silence stood tall
Dumpsters encouraged golf clubs subdued in a bright candy-apple red bag to join in
Perfection? Not today.
Hang in there.
Thank you Betty.