From a Bench on Main Street

I am distracted today as I prepare for the weekend ahead, so I don’t have much to say today, but there is an image that keeps popping up in my head.

A few weeks ago I had been walking down the main street of a small Vermont town and stopped to sit on a bench and tie my shoe, when I noticed a young couple walk by, holding hands. He had extremely long, wavy, ginger-colored hair tied in a pony tail, which cascaded down his back. Her hair was shorn extremely short, almost in a crew cut. She wore a long, flowing skirt. Not that this was so unusual, but I especially enjoyed the contrasts of their hair styles. It made me feel happy that they were holding hands. And the sun was shining.

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2 Responses to From a Bench on Main Street

  1. Karen says:

    a nice thought. I can picture this and it makes me feel good too

  2. Jack says:

    Beautiful.

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