Reins

P.C :- Stefan Keller – Pixabay

Pieces of puzzle,

Layers of years,

Ensconced within,

Deep chambers of,

Impenetrability,

Taking it along with her,

On her last leg finally,

Leaving a fragrance of mystery behind.

She was gone forever,

Never to come back again,

Who was to realise,

Her final moments,

That were spent on fretting about,

Her feathered friends,

Not a day in her books passed,

Before replenishing,

Their bowl of grains,

Who would ,

Cater to her avians after her?

Reading her thoughts,

Her favourite, brightly coloured hummingbird, Buzz,

Whizzed across,

Bathing her in pool of nectar,

Assuring she continued,

On her final journey in peace,

While,

He held her reins here.

104 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge #37. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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