Adventure, God, Writing

That Moment of Serendipity

Call it fate, call it happy circumstance.  I walk around with a fake smile on my face not anticipating the collision of serendipity on my life.  Without a doubt I was caught unaware as the warm suns rays shone deep into my heart.  My smile was returned and I was lost in those pools of blue in her eyes.

My heart skipped a beat, then two; standing there my destiny assured.  A happy accident some might think or hands behind the curtain pulling strings.  I don’t care because out of the past and into the future she comes running across my path.  God had a plan and it was her all along, coincidence that we our lives cross again?

I think not at all, for a man’s mind is too small to plan this all.  For from heaven above direction was given to complete this circumstance.  It was providence and my good fortune but you’d have to ask her whether she was thought she was lucky or not.  All I know is I had found what my heart searched for in that moment of serendipity.   ~Maleko ©2013

This was written for Free Write Friday from the image prompt  above, using what is called stream of consciousness writing, no editing, no proofing just writing!  I did mine on my phone in about 5 minutes then transferred it here.

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12 thoughts on “That Moment of Serendipity”

  1. I think you both are very blessed… My husband is lying on the loveseat right now snoring so loud, I’m afraid the walls might cave in, but I love that man! I’m blessed too… God is so good to us, isn’t He?

    Much love,


  2. Sigh… I loved this softer side of you and your writing. You always bring a smile to my face. This weeks prompt has really been amazing. I am so pleased with all of the beautiful responses so for me, reading them, has been my serendipity. ♥

    Thanks so much, Mark, for being a part of this serendipitous treat! xox


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