Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Bénéfices secondaires

The nights are cold, colder than you remember. You usually like nights, you still do, these are just different. You add a layer. Maybe two. That makes a difference but not really the kind of difference you were looking for.

You're warmer now, closer to comfortable. But that's just a secondary benefit.

You realize it's not the warmth they provide, but the weight. The feeling that you are grounded from above.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I see what you mean. I love that sensation of cosy weight provided by layers and layers of covers in the winter. These feelings of warmth and protection as sweet and comforting as arms and kisses.