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Conversations with My Mother – 2: Se (If)

Simply put down your preconceptions of me: sit a while, and let us talk of the abstract, the obscure and ourselves.

Simply put your heart (and hands) on the table and I’ll try to do the same without trembling: and for this short time, attempt not to betray you or myself by hiding behind unspoken thoughts.

Let us meet in openness, discussion and conversation: exploring this new space we have never shared; and I promise not to beg you for understanding.

Give me this time that I may hold up life and say “Look, this is what I discovered”: and ask only that you do not disregard without thought.

Simply put, I wish for time with you.
That we may re-acquaint: forgetting the harsh words, hatred and fear that usually accompany our interactions.

Let us not fight, but look close at each other: identifying the differences and similarities that bind us.

And after this, I would ask one thing more: that you would – if you could bear it, hold me a while.
 

 
 
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