Meyers – Like a Violinist

Orchestral madness and magic from the one and only, Phil H.

Not Very Deep Thoughts

She pulled the curtain back, watched him as he walked away. Slowly. So slowly in the fog. What a wonderful man.

The fog. Everywhere. Always. She’d given up blaming the staff for smearing her glasses. That was the look of it. Vaseline. On the lens of her life. He’d said it was the medication. That was when his sadness came. Kind. Sad. Strong. Enough to carry the sadness. And so kind. Had she said that? They said he’d visited before, but…The fog…

She glimpsed her finger. The curtain. How the white bloomed in the fog when the lights were up. He’d held her fingers. Four. Her thumb dropped away. The dead sister she’d joked. He hadn’t laughed. Why not? What did he know the fog kept away? He knew her fingers…

Fine fingers. Long. He’d known a violinist with fine, long fingers. She had the fingers of an artist, he’d…

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4 thoughts on “Meyers – Like a Violinist

  1. You’re the only reason I put up with him. Your warm, fuzzy “glow” has rubbed off on him so now I have to listen to what he says. If you think so highly off him, I just give him a lotta slack. LOL!

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