The Megaliths

Megalith | ancient monument | Britannica

The magnificent megaliths
Stand in pride, singing of
The glory of the long past
The grandeur of the valiant
The sacred customs emulated
They, the uncivilized geniuses
That did worship the forces
That did kindle their artistry
Bringing about the greatest
Civilizations- the beginning
Their gift to the mankind….


This post was written in response to the Weekend Writing Prompt. The challenge was to write a poem or a prose on the word megalith in exactly 49 words.

Thank you!

©Aashi D Parekh

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  1. Greatest Stones
    Polished Then
    Washed
    Away
    By
    Water
    Oldest Lesson
    We Come And Go
    With
    Water
    Too So
    Just Flow
    Free Don’t
    Make Life
    A Tomb
    Stone
    Too Soon
    Sprout Wings
    Fly Far Above
    Human Made Stones
    For it is Also Only A
    Grain Of Sand Holding
    Up A Mountain of
    Human
    LoVE iN
    Deed Stones
    No Less Important too🏔

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