I’ve grown an extra set of eyes just to catch the shadow in her walk. Micro-managed every detail of her smile, every light in her footsteps, and every scar in her heart. I stalk her intentions and pick out pieces of glass that may have found themselves in her thoughts when the levees poured over when the skies darkened and there was no light; when the glass broke. I scan her body with the intrigue of a man caught lusting for the first time. You see I need to make sure that her back is not bent, that her shoulders are sharp, and her head held high. I am intrigued with tasting her words before they exit her mouth, and I refuse to release my stare from the interior of her mind. I understand that my ways can be likened to that of a stalker but tell me, is it too much to zoom into her soul every morning to make sure that she smiles? Is it too much to hover over her sleeping eyes and find my way into her dreams? You see I have to make sure that she’s not distracted by destruction. I can never stop watching this woman’s ways and monitoring her heart. If I am to be of assistance to anyone it starts with her because she is me.
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Yecheilyah (e-SEE-li-yah, affectionately nicknamed EC) is an Author, Blogger, and Poet. She is the founder of Literary Korner Publishing and The PBS Blog. She enjoys helping other writers through her book reviews, author interviews and other writing services for authors. The PBS Blog is where she does most of her writing where she's received 13 blog awards from her peers and has been among Reedsy's Best Book Review blogs of 2017 and 2018. When she's not writing, Yecheilyah is studying and spending time with her lovely family. She lives in Marietta, GA with her wonderful and supportive husband. View all posts by Yecheilyah