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Shvoong Home>Books>412 Elm Street Review

412 Elm Street

Book Review   by:kjs     Original Author: K.J.S.
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Julie came out in Kaki pants and a shirt tied at the waste. With the unsettling changes that had recently happened in her life that she could not undue, she decided that she just needed to let it go (of all the worry and upset) and just take it from here and just make it what it was going to be from here on out.

She realized that she wanted him and this thought suprised her in its frankness. This was new and she was new and she knew it. Some door opened for she didn't even know was closed, but she could breath now and as she did she smiled.

Now she let the remainder of her thoughts wash away with the evening coastal winds that now caressed her arms and shoulders. She looked off into the night looking to the beach and hearing the encroaching waves in its sort of off rythym beat.

She padded down through the maze of dunes to the flat of the beach and came upon an eisle with a sketch of a hand with a familiar ring enclosed by another. She looks down at her own hand and plays with that ring and smiles as she turns past the eisle to find an out stretched body leaning in the sand, pant legs rolled up abit and shirt tails blanketing the sand laying open to the left or right of him.

As she approached him, here was a man completely at peace and relaxed after everything that had happened, after all that he knew about her. She knew that she loved him at that moment. It was too nature, it was too easy. Some things you just know.

She was standing over him. She knelt down and sat beside him now and began to trace the features of his face, the tan smooth skin, the lips housing an understanding smile. She laid her head on on his chest and began to drift off...
Published: April 01, 2006   
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