Fresh Gaps

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Fresh Gaps

Like everything,
repetition and conviction grow habits

and habits
become part of a bigger picture,

forming,
over time,

pieces of
larger pictures

until they are securely stitched in
and attached

with no danger of fraying
to reveal fresh gaps.

by Rebecca L. Atherton

 
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