My Fifty

This week’s writing challenge is to write a story in 50 words. No more, no less, exactly 50 words in any form I chose. A whole story in 50 words, I began to wonder if I could do it so of course, I just had to give it a try. Hope you enjoy my fifty!

You inspire me
Being me is so easy
Whenever we talk

No explanations
Are needed, you just get me
So effortlessly

When I am with you
I am on top of the world
I truly trust you

You are there for me
You did the impossible
You opened my heart

 

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