A flutist’s notes

P.C :- Lucas Albuquerque

During the sublime time of twilight,

As day slips away after a hard day’s work ,

Along the banks of river,

A flutist’s notes weighs through the picturesque city,

Cutting across the steady waters flowing far and wide,

Beyond the sturdy monument standing like a beacon of hope,

He reminisces of days with his partner strolling along the banks,

Etched forever now in folds of history,


Faithfully bore,

The water,

The Iron Lady,

The time,

A testimony to their bond of forty magical years,

Now an unwilling witness to his,


A grief I not see a single day in these forty years of togetherness,

That I see in these fourteen days of your passing,

His flute involuntarily plays,

As birds pause to listen,

Time stands still,

And life flows through every vein,


134 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for hosting the What do you see challenge #69. The challenge is to use the above photo as an inspiration for your piece. For rules pleas refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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