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Lucky disorientation

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© Jan Marler Morrill

There is a reason she was told not to go out alone, even during daylight. She had no sense of orientation whatsoever, setting out for the beach and somehow reaching the mountains.

On that idyllic island, she realised what her horoscope had described as “luck or fate”.

On that white and blue deserted back alley is where she found him. Standing like a Greek statue under the scorching sun. As if he was waiting there for her to arrive. His eyes shimmering in the sun. She smiled, accentuating her dimples, and she could see him blush.

Her name was Aphrodite.

 

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5 thoughts on “Lucky disorientation

  1. Dear Maria-Christina,

    How lovely to get lost and find love.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  2. With that name, there has to be love at first sight. Lovely story.

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  3. michael1148humphris on said:

    Do I see marriage on the horizon,🙂😉

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  4. Fate indeed.

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  5. It could be love at first sight …

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