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Circle of light


©Ted Strutz

She loved full moons. She believed they represented completeness. And that light they emanated in the darkness was truly a remarkable sight. Plus, they never seemed to be the same: they differed according to your location.

Ever since the start of their relationship, he had always tried to make those full moon nights special.

Even now, fifty years later, he would still try to surprise her. And she somehow always was impressed.

This night he had rented a yacht in the marina they used to go for walks.

A candlelight dinner, staring blissfully at another circle of light. Love revived.


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15 thoughts on “Circle of light

  1. What a heartwarming tale. I love it!

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  2. Love this. We’re about 1 1/2 years away from reaching that 50-year mark, and the love is still alive 🙂

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  3. I can relate as I am like that. No, not renting yachts, but constantly trying to renew and try something new to surprise and express my love and gratitude.

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  4. Dale on said:

    Who would not want a mate like that?

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  5. Sweet romance, very nice.

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  6. Caerlynn Nash on said:

    Forever romance. How lucky for them. Nice story.

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  7. Nice to read about enduring love. Nicely done, Maria Christina.



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