We study the H NMR line shapes of a sample of a-Si:H under several conditions: 1) as grown, 2) light-soaked for 600 hours, and 3) light-soaked followed by annealing at different temperatures. At T = 7 K, the NMR line shape of the sample after light soaking exhibits an additional doublet compared to that of the sample as-grown. This doublet is an indication of a closely separated hydrogen pair. The distance between the two hydrogen atoms is estimated to be about (2.3 ± 0.2) Å. The concentration of these hydrogen sites is estimated to be between 1017 and 1018 cm-3 consistent with ESR measurements of the defect density after light soaking. This doublet disappears after the sample is annealed at 200°C for 4 hours.