fade into you


it seeps in slow …the last month of the year
and brings along with it a quilt of patchwork memories
colorful pieces of musings and adventures happy
snatches of conversations and moments stolen
from by-lanes never forgotten
it feels good to snuggle in and look back
this month …that year.


30 thoughts on “fade into you

  1. “quilt of patchwork memories”. Isn’t that was our past is? We choose the pieces we wish to make a larger fabric from and snuggle with it. Your words mingle with tactile senses and make these words so welcome, and are more delicious ambiguities.

  2. Samjoth Sashidharan says:

    There is a saying that every nice piece of work needs the right person in the right place at the right time.
    – Benoit Mandelbrot

    Gracefully written ..!! 🙂

  3. Beautifully written and evocative; it does us all good to stop and reflect now and then. Actually I do this in January! Don;t ask me why! And I like how the bird is sitting all on its lonesome – reminiscing 🙂

      • January I guess because it is the end of a year and the start of a new year, more so here, where it is also the end of the academic year. So many changes all at once – just makes me stop and be grateful for what I have.
        If I knew how to fly – I would. 🙂

  4. Beautiful words, Kismet! And the picture too. It reminds me of the fields covered in snow, where I would go for winter afternoon walks… I wonder if it is the cold that also heightens the sense of solitude…that’s another reason I love winter. Thank you for conjuring up this experience in your words!

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