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    rush through us and hold us together

    The wind couldn’t reach into our tight world. As our lips
    touched, all that had happened seemed to rush through us
    and hold us together. Slowly his arms softened and melted
    like chocolate around me. His lips tasted faintly of salt.

    all that had happened seemed to rush through us
    and hold us together. ??


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    Re: rush through us and hold us together

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbell View Post
    The wind couldn’t reach into our tight world. As our lips
    touched, all that had happened seemed to rush through us
    and hold us together. Slowly his arms softened and melted
    like chocolate around me. His lips tasted faintly of salt.

    all that had happened seemed to rush through us
    and hold us together. ??
    The memories of all that had happened seemed to rush into their minds (and bodies).

    These shared experiences seemed to bind them to each other and make them feel connected and close.


    Really, Tinkerbell -- read Emma.

    It's one of the best love stories ever written, and it has the inestimable advantage of lacking any happenings rushing through people.

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    Re: rush through us and hold us together

    Thank you Ann. I'll read it as soon as possible.

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