“Sarah, love becomes a habit, like putting on socks before sneakers.”
“Well?” I looked down at my cold, untouched coffee. God, separating our stuff would take forever.
“Like resisting sleep after an all-nighter.”
Was this cup mine? Or would he pack it up too? ”Cut the analogy crap.”
Colleen Colkitt is a freelance writer of fiction and poetry. She lives in Buffalo, New York with her family. She will graduate from SUNY Brockport with degrees in Creative Writing and Communications. Her work has recently been published in Bare Hands Poetry, Muddy River Poetry Review, and Poetry Bulawayo. Look for Ms. Colkitt in Daily Love, as she will be featured on the site in February.