CW: My place – my soul.

“Roaming the streets I used to walk before.”
– a prompt for this week’s CW piece.
[Source: inspiration from Andrea’s post.]


I step off the train
into a place that once was mine.
A place I called home.
It looks so different now.
So foreign.
Newly erected structures.
Some buildings have been demolished.
The people walking past me
I don’t recognize.
Where are they going?
Friday night.
October chill in the air.
I walk back from the club.
Until my soul mate meets me half-way.
That bridge is still there.
I close my eyes for a moment.
When I open them,
it’s like I walked through the doors of Narnia.
I take a conscious breath in,
and I can feel it coat the inside of my body.
The spirit of the city is back in me.

I roam the streets and the outback,
reminiscing of the old days.
Discovering new places
to form memories at.


P.S. As always, you are more than welcome to use this prompt to inspire your post. If you decide to write something, be sure to pingback to this post, so that I can get an alert and check out your post. (A post on how to do pingbacks can be found here.) If pingbacks are not your thing, feel free to simply leave a link to your piece in the comment section below. The more, the merrier!

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