Moonlight ★★★★½

To see an old friend again, touched never since then. From bumbling mess hall to the clinking clatter of a midnight diner. To see that smoke, bellowed and grazed along lips in a slow fantasy, a heart's strings swirling and stretching in a desire decades-extended. The jukebox echoes softly, doorbells rattling and forks ringing and plates tapping, but the focus is on one mesmerized thing. Street lamps cast their light through the window and warm the booths, yet the hottest sensation is in a simple, long, nostalgic, greeting stare.

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