Mellow light of October sun is looking gloomy these days, summer has already packed up and winter season is looking ready to appear on screen.
I have always found winter to be a bit sad in appearance. I like bright sunlight and when it gets fade, I became sad.
But, then like John Keats who in his poem “ode to autumn” tries to find some beauty in that season, I too succeeded in capturing some beauty of October season.
It was three in the afternoon when lying on couch, I took this picture. The effect of lazy rays of late afternoon sun coming through these screened windows looked majestic to me.
Her body endured an intense pain, the long fight left her tired and Amber confined herself in her room.
Her eyes were closed and she was still crying when she heard the door opened. She knew it was Kevin and feeling the warmth of his hands, she opened her eyes.
Kevin was looking smiling at her.
“Amber, believe me, your headscarf is beautiful than your hair.”
After a cold winter night, the much needed warmth of sun was calming.
On her husband’s shoulder, she cried.
Kevin knew that his wife being a survivor of cancer needed his support.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.
This post is a response to a flash fiction for aspiring writers.