Prose - "A Book Beside a Pillow" - Romance
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“Where loss encourages the will for survival, a human will each believe that there is more to do, more to gain, and more for the stride. Such is how life functions, in contrast to the forced contentment from death. Or, in love? How does love also evoke the stillness of gratitude?”

Prose - "A Book Beside a Pillow" - Romance

"Where loss encourages the will for survival, a human will each believe that there is more to do, more to gain, and more for the stride.

Such is how life functions, in contrast to the forced contentment from death. Or, in love? How does love also evoke the stillness of gratitude?"

She is the waltzer to this afternoon, embedded in a fervency alike the notes played upon the piano; and even he, a man with his fingers so engraved in the keys,

as he seems to touch them a lot like the skin of a certain woman. And that woman, is the mover and the waltzer.

She is the memorable beauty to strike bleakness out of the depressed gentleman, and cause him to rumble from the new light founded in his morose heart.

What is the maker of the memory?

It must be the woman, the "she" spoken as either the "she" or the "her" around the atmosphere of the parlor, about nighttime, when guests are caked in candlelight.

The woman of any newest memory is from that moment, locked in the mind, the branching and stretched blooded veins, and nothing is represented as straight.

It is said, or has been said, that a woman enhances herself in Lesbia, before straightness is met through a man.

And what else better describes beauty than from Lesbia, the female-to-female,

when the heart is cradled by a heart; and that is to speak on the term "possibility" when in the realm of that exact organ.

A heart, the realm of the unlimited, is where this certain woman, whose name is Beatrice, forms a curve with an arm.

So alike the curves from hips, the curves from Beatrice's mouth, and the whispers spoken in the idleness of this afternoon, given from her cherished emotion.

She walks to where the pianist has accompanied himself in his notes, to next accompany himself in her fragrance.

It entices him to an extent, so that in length, he turns his head towards her features, that are, at this moment, fluid and fervent in the many folds from eyelids and pouting lips.

Her lashes are brought down to the lower lid, and remain there for but a moment; as then, her cheeks spread across them the crimson current, bleeding an emotion similar to stark resonation,

the feeling of association with belonging; as then, her lips are curled to the area beneath her nose, with nostrils that find her scent to be, as well, pleasing.

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