A Chair On A Highway On A Rainy Afternoon

By P. K.

a velvet chair standing by itself on a highway a chair standing by itself on a highway means its life is over a life of ups and downs before it was brought here and left beside the grass nevertheless it was laid down squarely maybe thanks to a final gesture of love with all four legs standing against the asphalt this rushes an image to my mind: a wandering soul who leisurely sits here between the passing cars and the mud but really no soul can be so foolish to come and sit on a torn old abandoned chair on a dark cold rainy September afternoon on a lightless highway or to give the chair a little consolation I conclude as follows: there exists such a soul just that he, or she, is not here not now

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