Link

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Effervescence of time lasts,

In impressions of remembrance,

Nuances of everyday life,

Lay forgotten in,

Duplicity of mundanity,

Magic brews,

Seams of longing weaves itself,

As nostalgic familiarity seeps,

Until last link remains,

The warmth is never forgotten.

38 words.

Thoughts behind the poem :- Everyday life may seem mundane. In midst of all this, the people we cherish the most are never forgotten. They seep in effortlessly in our memories, thereby remaining immortal.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge and also for providing the photo prompt. Thank you Eugenia for running the Eugi’s Weekly prompt challenge ; the prompt word is magic. Thank you Sammi for running the Weekend writing prompt challenge ; the prompt word is nuance and word limit is 38 words. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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