ThauMAturGy oF tIme

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Drinking and soaking self in the rain when a voice called out my name. A bottle of whiskey in hand, I thought I left my cellphone in the pub so I turned around to see but found no figure was approaching me. Another thought of deliberately leaving that irritating object arrived which cancelled the former and I resumed the walk.

Thoughts, thoughts and more thoughts started forming a depressing rhythm detached from the musical chime of the rain, the wetness of my eyes had a lot to say. I gulped more and sat under the lonely tree full of leaves which readily accepted my companionship. A lamp post stood besides glaring at me with a wide smile white in colour.

And the thaumaturgy of time began.


Chapter 0
Micro Series: ‘Thaumaturgy of Time’

by
Kritika

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37 thoughts on “ThauMAturGy oF tIme”

  1. Wow! Yes this! And a new word for me. Thaumaturgy. Looked it up, very cool meaning. love it. so fiction? CNF? 🧐 or pure… Thaumaturgy. 🎩πŸ”₯✨

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  2. Love those sentences. ❀
    Love the imagery of the lamp post next to the lonely tree.
    I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of the thaumaturgy of time.
    One of the most fascinating movies for me is the film Somewhere In Time with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour where a man from the early 1980s somehow manages to travel back in time to the year 1912 where he falls in love with beautiful stage actress of the day.

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