Jiffy

Jiffy

A moment had passed, a twinkling of time

In which she’d passed from real to sublime

How was it possible that instantly she

Was transported into another reality

It was as if they’d been friends before

As if written in some old folklore

In an instant, a moment, a jiffy

She’d felt the connection, real not iffy

Their souls entwined on so many plains

Like sands on the seashore, so many grains

Slowly shifting and feeling the pull

She let herself fall, with a pocketfull

Of emotions strong pure and sweet

Blazing through her soul feeling the heat

Of what once was, and now is

Feeling they belonged and she’d always been his

 

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