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Monday, June 8, 2009

 
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18 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

wooden clogs
barely
cloak the silence

Lorraine said...

A different take on it Gautami, and it's very beautiful (ok shut up ego, says self lol)

Devika said...

Its in school and college we had buildings with wooden floors.....and I used to hand around to just walk through the empty dark corridors and stairs after all left...that VOW of (breaking) the silence :)

i so love those days, thanks for the memories, Lorraine :)

love,
dev

Devika said...

"hang around"

Devika said...

& Lorraine, I do get the thought here...I'll smile at that :)

dev

Cindybrown said...

Very nice! Beautiful picture!

Ken said...

Nice framing. the stairs and house draw the eye right to the wonderful words

Frank Williams said...

The flowers look like lilacs. Nice words and photos...

namaki said...

bare feet and snow don't go together ... and I see snow 's gone and flowers are out !

Lorraine said...

I'm so glad it bought good memories Dev ;)

Thanks a lot Cindy b :)

Thanks so much Ken, sorry I haven't visited or barely anyone this morning, too busy getting the car fixed, yawn

Thanks so much Frank, they are lilacs lol

Well said Namaki although I once ran outside in the winder with only socks on 'cause I wanted to take a photo of the sunrise lol

Gillena Cox said...

bare feet
on the concrete path-
clear June sky

standley said...

Il n'y a rien de pire que le craquement d'un plancher sous les pieds quand on veut passer inapercu!
Très belle photo Lorraine.

Lorraine said...

Niccely said Gillena, thank you:)

lol tu l'as Richard ;)

Janice Thomson said...

Beautiful photo and words. Lilacs have such a wonderful scent.

Lorraine said...

They sure do, and I were silent, than no one would noticed my going up to smell their delicious aroma ;) thanks my friend!

Magyar said...

barefoot
silence allows me to see
un-seen

These echos left... are always meant as compliments... the original generated this return. _m

firebird said...

Love the mystery of the poem...and the sensuality-- (we must have been on the same wavelength with that word "barefoot"!)

Lorraine said...

Yes, now that I've pushed my ego aside, I see that clearly Magyar, thanks very much, I love your comment :)

Hey Fireb, there's something elementary and wonderful about being barefoot ;)