Mittwoch, 3. Juni 2015

Two on the train...



They were hungry and had no money.
Held each other by the hands and boarded the train without a ticket.
They acted as if they were speaking Russian and other foreign words.
Hilasüsanupur ekkaunapurra...
(that they had just invented).
They said that came from the Pechora river.
Were on the wrong train.
The woman with the poncho and the man with the hat
(nobody here would wore such a stuff)
Lost luggage ... strange in this land.
The conductor turned a blind eye
the travelers gave them sandwiches and lemonade.

When they was got off, on the next station... said a prayer of gratitude.

Kommentare:

  1. i feel happy for them they trusted even in the face of desolation; and kindness showed it face; thanks for sharing this precious write at Monday WRites

    much love...

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  2. Mascha, I loved your story! Thanks so much for joining in today.

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  3. This sounds like the story of two creative people I know.

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  4. This was a very good story!! I think that they were clever to devise such a plan for their transportation and should be applauded for their ingenuity! I'm glad that everyone took to them kindly and the conductor left them on the train. Everyone needs a few such adventures to look back on and smile at when they are old! :-)

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  5. Quite a lovely view, so peaceful feeling too.

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  6. Lovely shot, and very paceful

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  7. I enjoyed reading your interesting story.

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  8. Nice and moody. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  9. Interesting poetic story of unique travelers. I like the photo too.

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  10. Listed as fiction, but possibly this has happened. Hooray for the conductor.

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