Just breathe

I sit on my porch, in the rocker left behind on a curb by a long-ago classmate.  I lean back and feel the air caress my face.  My hands lie idle. No electronics hover near me.  I feel the cares slip from my body.  They will  not wander far; I will resume the burden of them.  But for now, I just breathe.


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