Ripening

I miss the me that doesn’t exist yet. The me that doesn’t ever feel hollow or tarnished, but new-minted brassy with happiness. I can feel her roots, burrowed too deep for conscious thought or recognition. I’m outside the cocoon, a spirit adrift, idly watching the twisted not-quite-right person struggle to bloom.

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