Wheel Broken at the Cistern

By Jane Patrick Walls

General fiction | Paperback, eBook

Jane could hear their voices but she didn't hear David's deep voice and breathed a sign of relief. She walked slowly down the stairs and David was standing watching her. They eyes met but Jane looked away, smiling said, "Hello, David, good to see you again." He didn't say anything just watched her. She was like a moth to a flame and went to him. She offered her hand but he only looked at it. He said, "No" and pulled her close to him. They stood there with his arms around her and her head resting on his chest. He said, "I missed you, Jane."

Ecclesiastes 12:6-7 Or ever the silver cord be loosed or the golden bowl be broken or the pitcher be broke at the found or the wheel broken at the cistern. Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was and the spirit will return unto God who gave it. When the wheel is broken at the cistern indicates when the left ventricle of the heart bursts and life ends.



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