Reunion

butterfly-effectShe walked in the courtyard, remembering that warm summer afternoon, when he put the gulmohar flower in her hair, and kissed her for the first time. Ayesha could still feel the butterflies in her stomach. At long last, she would reunite with her beloved, a fateful thirty years later.

Word Count: 49

Linking this to the Fiction Challenge ‘From 15 to 50′

Word prompt: REUNION
Phrase Prompt: ‘At long last’
Picture Prompt: Picture above (Credits: Shailaja V/ The Moving Quill)

This song is so apt for this post, so can’t help but link it! Hope you enjoy the song!

It’s been quite some time since I’ve written any flash fiction posts. I saw this post, and I couldn’t get this picture out of my head, so here it goes! I don’t write much fiction, and have never written anything so short. So, feedback would be much appreciated, thank you!

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8 Responses to Reunion

  1. catchats says:

    Aww, so lovely. Love the idea of this couple meeting again after all that time.

  2. Bikramjit says:

    thirty years later .. wow that was a long wait …
    and glad they did may they live happily ever after

  3. Vinitha says:

    Wow.. Reuniting with loved one after 30 years.. thats a lot of emotions there.. 🙂

  4. What a bittersweet story! How much she would have yearned for that meeting and to finally see him after all these years… ah, the pathos in this is intense. Wonderful job on the prompt. Thank you for linking it up 🙂

    • kinmin says:

      Thank you Shailaja! I read your stories, and coming from you, it means a lot! I really enjoyed writing this, I think the picture prompt captured my attention and stuck in my head!

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