Knot

P.C :- Reena’s Exploration Challenge

The skies cleared,

After a heavy bout of rain,

And just before celebratory rainbows,

Could adorn the mighty sky,

Deep and clear,

He popped her,

An engagement ring carved from peerless stone,

Knot of eternity,

To be bound forever,

Taking in her hand, fainted.

44 words.

Acknowledgements :- In response to Reena’s Exploration challenge ( photo prompt); Eugenia’s Weekly Prompt challenge ( word :- rainbow) and dVerse Quadrille challenge ( word :- knot and word limit :- 44). Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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    1. Thanks Ma’am. Initially I thought of ending it on a happy note, but then I was short off 5 words for the quadrille, so i thought of giving it a twist. What if she fainted out of happiness or was the ring jinxed, any which way totally left to reader’s imagination.

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