An Evening In The Woods

An Evening In The Woods prose poem

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The evening was cool, dark and heavy,
I took the path less trodden by leading into the dense, deep, dark forest;

From a distance I could hear the breaking of the waves. Alas!! How fortunate they are…..!
I don’t have a shore to break myself……..
I could feel the dense fog and heavy mist gradually precipitating on my heavy heart. Strong winds blew through, caressing my cold and untouched soul; The rustling leaves made a melodious tune to my numb ears. I romanticized with myself and……

It was me all alone……mesmerised by the ambience, depth of my solitude
—- a path less trodden by in an evening in the woods………………….

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