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An Infinite In Reflections

By Titas All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry / Romance

The Well

It was a windy day.A dull sky drove over the shadowed lanes of memory.The lapse of rhythm suited the grey approach.Leaves flung themselves out in rotatory motion across the sky.Arabhi knelt towards the inner side of the deep,mossy well.It smelt like a trunk of old clothes,hidden from the harshness of the world for a very long time.

She could see her reflection in the stagnance below.The calm of its bosom merely interfered with the glare it felt - even though it burnt her ripples inside out then and wanted her to rebel at that very moment.But stagnance was her religion and since no one is known to defy religion,owing to the fact that they are long habituated with the fact that it is an imposition itself,and has not got much to do with meaning alright,is silently accepted.Like a numb calf's tranquil gaze standing in the middle of the field when the sky hangs low and raindrops cling to the body of the clouds,knowing all too well that they wouldn't be able to hold on to this pleasure for much longer.The well water quietly followed the strange desistance in her fear instead of striking instincts.She could see the water lilies growing inside the well as she knelt down,half-frozen and half filled with trechareous thoughts that now circled through the dark tunnels of her mind.

The inside of the well had been still - over centuries.The pebbles had perpetually stopped talking to each other.And even though the otherwise windy day spent itself through echoing gallows of movement,the well acted as if it was a symbol of constant consistency.And at that very moment,she feebly muttered his name,turned back and quietly walked away.

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