Silenced Song

By Gloria Marlow


Music, when soft voices die, vibrates in the memory

—Percy Bysshe Shelley

He ran his fingers over the familiar words, etched into the smooth, cold marble. How long had it been since anyone had knelt here in the shadow of the three frolicking angels? Had any of them ever come back here at all? Or had their beautiful golden girls rested here alone together all these years?

He’d heard the tale a thousand times. He’d relived it a thousand more. He lowered his forehead to rest on the feet of the angel, and let the scene unfold in his mind yet again.

Classical piano music swept down Acacia Street, mixing with the squeals of children and the song of cicadas. The warm summer breeze pushed it through screen doors and open windows.

It wove through the neighborhood, catching and holding, a magical blend of innocence and angst, chaos and art, a balm or a bane, depending on the listener...


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