six five ten

‘to make her happy, i would have knelt down right there and planted her a garden’
~ from ‘silk’

there are people and experiences that leave such an indelible mark on you.

i recounted our years together from adoption until this morning where she fell across the floor and down the stairs and then in the yard. i brought out her sleeping bag and toy and she found a way to get up and come over to me, head in my lap as i scratched behind her ear.

this is your house, your yard, i bought this for you.

i love you my little daisy girl.


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