This is beautiful.
I can see the mouse skittering among the silent corridors ~ Nice one ~
Love the imagery, the mouse skittering looking for food, the long forgotten faces, silent listening to piano, possibly being played by Beethoven himself.What a beautiful poem.
Lovely write...when we first moved to Willow Manor, the color we painted the walls was called "vellum"...
nice...you really capture the essence of the house, nearly empty except the master turning pages....and his music...i like this it has a lot of texture...
This is a beautiful composition about a beautiful composition. I love it and I thank you for sharing,Kay. =D
Lovely. I really dig the sensuality of the descriptions, the smells, light, textures. Good!
A baby grand just waiting for the master's touch. Yes, let the music play! 'If music be the food of love play on' so said the Bard! Wonderful write, Kay!HankHank
beautiful and that is exactly what is missing from the room, the baby grand would fit perfectly and fill the room.
This is so atmospheric and evocative. I could feel and smell and hear it all.
I really found myself located here, smelling the smells, hearing the skittering...lovely..
Lovely descriptive piece.
I like this! So it's a pomegranate!Great descriptions,i.e.vellum rooms. I especially love the last three lines. Very nice. Someone else made reference to a piano too. It's very fitting.
hi yvonne, its a pomegranate to me!!..the musical reference comes from the bust of beethoven on the windowsill, thanks for visiting..x
hi everyone..thank you so much for your lovely comments....you make my day...x Kay
I agree....love itcan almost feel the emptiness
Gorgeous. I love "vellum" and the way the pages are watched by the master. Thank you.
What a beautiful interplay of what was and what is: long forgotten silent faces/a mouse skitters. This was a treat to read.
I love all the sensory elements you've brought into play here. Beautifully done.
After going to Charleston house today, this sums up what i saw...the beauty was adoring the walls, and the secret conversations of artists echoed throughout...you would have loved it xxx
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