Meet Me Halfway

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if crossing the longest bridge
is what it takes to get me
to where you are
then let me begin
my journey now
with the hope
that you’ll
meet me halfway.

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Written for kate’s Friday fun- bridges https://aroused.blog/2019/09/07/friday-fun-bridges/

Published by michnavs

Philippine-born Michelle Navajas, currently residing in Malaysia. Michelle authored the book “After – Rain Skies: A Million Stars” for PWW during their Million Stars campaign. Graduated with a Master of Education majoring in English in the Philippines, Michelle was a former college professor, teaching literature, speech & oral communication, creative writing, drama, and theatre arts. Michelle is active in her writing profession and works as a freelance creative writer. Michelle passionately blogs at www.michnavs.wordpress.com, where you can find her prose and poetry on love, life, motherhood, and her advocacy on abuse and violence. A published author on Spillwords NYC https://spillwords.com/what-if-snowflakes-dont-fall-in-winter/ Her poem “Again” is published on three platforms, on MEDIUM -an International Writers and Readers Space, AFRICA WRITERS CARAVAN, and at WOMAWORDS LITERARY PRESS. kindly go check the following links –https://womawordsliterarypress.home.blog/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-the-ravaging-virulent-covid-19-pandemic-a-special-journal/ –https://personalitiesofinspiration.wordpress.com/2020/06/29/imagining-life-after-covid-19-a-womawords-june-edition/

51 thoughts on “Meet Me Halfway

  1. Oh what a lovely post! Thank you for sharing , and I have shared it out with members Been very busy with the upcoming fundraising charity dinner. I have reserved 5 seats for you and your family. See you on the 21st of Sept at Syeun Hotel in Ipoh. Tickets are with me.

    Love Yip

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  2. I have walked along some long bridges. One bridge while on vacation, my hubby commented that they had made it longer on our return… 😉
    I like walking over bay bridges and to see water on both sides.

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      1. While in Vermont this summer we walked over a shaky little (but sturdy) bridge. Reminded me of the children’s rail road books and the trains that went over the Shake-Shake bridge!

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