The cream almost empty, but the jiggling of the carton proves enough for morning coffee.
The broken shoelace, but if removed from one eyelet, enough to tie for a run before buying new.
The market flowers lovely, but the wild ones by the side of the road fill my pitcher.
The tiny hole in the toiletry bag, with a quick whipstitch is made whole again.
Made whole again.
This of mine I give to you.
It opens the space for more.
There is enough for both.
The blanket cannot stretch over the whole bed.
But if you come closer, it can easily cover us both.
And there is enough.