#FridayFotoFiction

The Weeping Willow #FridayFotoFiction

 

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The tree stood bang in the centre of the cemetery, and similar ones flanked it on all four sides. The fresh green of their lush leaves contrasting with the bright blue sky interspersed with fluffy white clouds made for a serene sight.

Grave stones neatly lined either sides of the trees.

This was no ordinary grave yard though. A kind soul had donated his land, while other kind souls contributed, financially and manually, towards the upkeep of the sanctity of this place.

This cemetery had been built to lay to rest bodies abandoned and unclaimed. Orphaned people who had no one to miss them or weep for them when they were gone.A decent burial and weeping willow trees to symbolically mourn them as they finally rested in peace, was the thought behind this noble deed.

 

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