You Have To Love Her On Her Bad Days Too

Unconditional love requires – “You Have To Love Her On Her Bad Days Too”

Discovering Your Happiness

Hello loves ❤

You have to love her at her best when she’s happy and smiling. Love her in all the good moments. The days where you look at her and you think you’re the lucky one.

Love her on the nights out where you are laughing and smiling like you are the only ones in the room. Love her on the nights where you’re holding her close and something about her touch just makes your toes curl. The mornings you wake up holding her. The naps where you’re just happy she’s there.

Love her in the moments she makes you laugh so hard you’re crying. Love her in the moments you’re watching your favorite show even though she doesn’t like it, she doesn’t say anything.

Love her in the moments she suggests hanging with your family.

Love her when she’s making you better. Helping to do the right thing…

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Too late for love

Come and read this moving poem of yearning “Too Late For Love”

Her Writing Haven

woman5Night after night
She whispers his name
Calling for him
But it’s always the same

No answer comes
For he’s just an illusion
Created by a mind
Who’s tired of seclusion

So she lays there awake
Against unsullied sheets
Listening to the silence
As only her heart beats

And she thinks of her life
Ever wishing for more
Hoping for a future
To bring all she yearns for

Yet reality sets in
That this could be her fate
And maybe for her
Love is just too late

© 2018 Michelle Cook

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Quotations on Writing

Come read these great quotes on writing.

charles french words reading and writing

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“You must write every single day of your life… You must lurk in libraries and climb the stacks like ladders to sniff books like perfumes and wear books like hats upon your crazy heads… may you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world.”

                                                                                 Ray Bradbury



“That’s what fiction is for. It’s for getting at the truth when the truth isn’t sufficient for the truth.”


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