Leap

When love appears before you,
Do not tiptoe
For fear and caution
Advance too slowly
And before you know it
Love is gone

Instead…
Leap eagerly into his open arms
They wait to catch you
And enfold you
In acceptance both
Given and received

 

Copyright © 2018 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved

Written a few weeks ago in response to the prompt “leap” in a Facebook writers’ group, although I cannot remember now just which one. 😦

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