#FridayFotoFiction

The Clock #FridayFotoFiction

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Tick, Tock.

Tick, Tock.

Ticked away the Railway Clock.

Time and tide waited for no one. Who would know that better than this clock. Hanging high up on the ceiling of the railway station it had been a mute observer to everything that happened since it was first strung here. It was shiny and new then and regular maintenance had ensured it looked much the same now.

Over the years the Clock had witnessed happiness and sorrow. Impatient steps and leaden ones. Cries and laughter and also the relief of good-byes. It realised that life is short. It hoped people would too.

Time and tide wait for no one. Who would know that better than this clock. As it heard the time bomb cleverly concealed within it rapidly clicking away.

Tick, Tock.

Tick, Tock.

Ticked away the Railway Clock.

 

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9 thoughts on “The Clock #FridayFotoFiction

  1. Indeed, at times we miss out on the fact the life is indeed short and we need to take out the scope of making it even more shorter by eliminating negativity from our life and live life to the fullest!
    I loved the story you wove with the photo prompt Mayuri 🙂

  2. Ah well! The railway clock, as it stands high a witness to our constant rush in life! It ticks on andis a mute spectator as we humans glance at it, yet oblivious of the fact that times moves!!! Yet we are in a rush.. Wish we could hold on… stop the clock for a while!! and maybe live the moment.

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