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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

 
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15 comments:

Brian Miller said...

so much can be said in those moments, without words. lovely lorraine.

Janice Thomson said...

The first thing to come to mind was: "Empty chairs at empty tables..." from Les Miserables :)
Love this Lorraine.

BlueJayEye said...

Nice grafitti, as if it is not there...good one Lorraine.

RBroeker said...

What should I add when Janice said it all? Nice one.

Best wishes
Ralf

The Dark Lord said...

Maybe its the presence.. that matters. Even unacknowledged, slighted, mocked... it faithfully persists, solid as ever..

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

yes, no need, but I'm glad you said it. :)

enzah said...

in my personal interpretation of the picture together with the thought..
it's like missing somebody....
and good memories does make the presence of the invisible one visible.... with or without words spoken...

Seraphine said...

sometimes it even feels good to be invisible.

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

No lunch, either.

Love the feel of the emptiness. Peaceful, somehow.

Lorraine said...

Very true Brian :)

Oh 'Les Mis' I love it...had a tape of it htat I listened to over and over again, I never realized how often I watched, until one day in the car my son and he was just a toddler sang almost the entire thing in the car, loved it!

BJE Curious comment, I like that :)

Yes, I get that Ralf :)

tDL yes..I do agree ;)

lol Thanks Andrew, always :)

Lovely interpretation Enzah dear :)

Oh yes Seraphine I agree, in so many ways, thanks :)

LOL that cracked me up Lynne lol and beautiful ending ;)

GABRIELA said...

This is a very good capture!!! I love the homey, cozy atmosphere!

Maxine said...

shiver down my spine.

Timoteo said...

Are those chairs really empty? Only ghosts know, and they're not telling.

Lorraine said...

Me too Gabriela, I especially liked the 'no people' factor ;)

ooo I like giving you shivers of the poetic kind thanks Maxine ;)

Very true, you know stuff Timoteo :)

Kathy said...

This could be on a postcard! I even love the number!