fade into you

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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.

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30 thoughts on “fade into you

  1. weight2lose2013 says:

    “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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