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Ruminating by the Ruins: #FridayFictioneers



 Naysa and Nolan have been married for a week now and are honeymooning in Scotland. They are out sightseeing. These ruins haven’t caught the eyes of many a tourists. The couple heard about them from their friends who are locals.

The ruins stand out in all their splendour, adorned by the lush, luxuriant greens that have stealthily crept their way into the walls, notwithstanding the harsh weather.

Naysa lies on her back, wistfully gazing at the sky. The azure sky opens out it’s arms, enveloping her in a warm, sunny hug. This is probably the closest she will ever get to love.








Writing for our lovely host, Rochelle Wisoff-Field’s Friday Fictioneers. Read some fantastic entries to this week’s Friday Fictioneers here.





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22 thoughts on “Ruminating by the Ruins: #FridayFictioneers

  1. I especially liked the warm, sunny hug. And, as others have said the last line takes the story beyond what’s written here, and has us guessing as to why Naysa doesn’t have love – and whether she ever will.

  2. As I read the description, I could imagine being there myself, lying on the green grass, under the blue sky, thinking about love!
    Loved the description. What did the last line denote? Was she lonely in her heart? That’s how I felt…:)

  3. I suspect , it was an arranged marriage , or commitment out of some sort of obligation, since they are only one week into their marriage .
    Beautiful last line so much so that I couldn’t help but feel a sense of sadness for the Naysa.

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