Song (Traveller’s Poem)


The song that need to be sing, had been sang for the day.

The tune is still flying in the breeze, creating a soft murmuration.

The violin box that remain unopened, lie back at view in prominence.

The band is now scattered, at the cafe, drinking and gathering praise and extra bucks.

The door of the cafe getting open and close, people coming in and out.

The door open, the band master looked absently. A woman in red it is.

The woman also look at him and smiled at him. He also smiled.

The violin box that has been never opened, get open.Β 

The busy eve street halted; the cafe got empty.

The eve air filled up with a song–never heard of.

The old two members joined in.

The new two members become audience.


3rd January 20–

Read more of Traveller poems.

Posted in Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers March 21 2017


13 responses to “Song (Traveller’s Poem)”

  1. Melodious ! Love the way you narrate a tale in form of melody!

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  2. You paint a lovely scenic background. I enjoyed the ramble πŸ™‚

    I am leaving a link of my YouTube video in the comments. Thank you for checking it out.


    1. will check it soon…


  3. so creative to use poetry to tell a story Sangbad and like the meeting of the two people in your beautiful story here. Very nice!!

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    1. a smiley…thanks LoveDust…

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      1. My pleasure totally!

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  4. This was a wonderful and light read. Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚


    1. Thank you…😊

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      1. You are welcome. πŸ™‚

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  5. Lovely poem! I can see all this going on in the cafe. It is filled with wonderful music! Welcome to the FFfAW challenge! We are happy you have joined us!


    1. Thanks…it might be 2nd or 3rd week here…and I look forward to your prompt among many prompt I follow…


      1. Wonderful! I’m glad you enjoy following the challenge!

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