Time for Lovers
© 2016 Anthony D Darden
It’s a powerful gift from nature to be embraced, taken advantage of, and cementing the loose ends that have been neglected by the hustle and bustle of life.
It is cold outside on this December day. A winter white snow is falling, laying a bed for making snow angels, sled riding, and playful snowball fights. One of those days to snuggle up with your lover and enjoy the warmth and comfort under a nice fireplace with some toasted Marshmallows. One of those days for laughter, comfort, reintegration, and watching some good movies. One of those days for listening to some great music, and slow dancing. It’s that time to embrace and connect, look into the eyes and the soul of your lover, and find that special place only the two of you share.
Time is precious. And maybe it’s God's way of bringing us together, locking use in, and giving us the opportunity to evaluate what we have to make it that much more stronger. It’s a way to slow down, exhale, embrace affection and passion, and soar. It’s a powerful gift from nature to be embraced, taken advantage of, and cementing the loose ends that have been neglected by the hustle and bustle of life. It is a time to look into the eyes of your lover and pull out the substance and value of your deepest and most trusted emotions, and put those emotions to work in laying out serenity, setting goals, and reaching for a gracious and prosperous New Year. It is a time for lovers to embrace, wrap your bodies around each other, and stay toasty on this cold winter day.