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Sunday, February 7, 2010

 
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18 comments:

nursemyra said...

I like a lot of space too

Lorraine said...

Hey Nurse Myra, thanks very much, i quickly checked your blog, but I was too scared to stay!

Magyar said...

My understanding, here, LL. _m

in the clamor
I set my myself aside
a shadow

A shadow... can think.

Brian Miller said...

interesting juxtaposition today...so silent int eh graveyard...most nights...

eddie said...

so ...
I think and think ...
good

Kathy said...

You should come visit Savannah! The cemeteries there are so beautiful and peaceful. They are old and dripping with Spanish moss and the stones are ornate. They used to have bells on top of the graves with a rope that was buried with the dearly departed just in case they were not really dead and woke up in the casket. They had to hire someone to sit in the cemetery all night to listen for the ringing of the bells!

Lorraine said...

Well put Doug, but his shadow here needs a lot of space to spread :)

Brian, silent and lots or room to roam ;)

I'm glad, thanks Eddie ;)

That's lovely and interesting, I'd love to see photos, but the real question is...would it give me a lot of space?

Devika said...

Intriguing post today...but makes sense, in its own way....haunting picture and words,

Cemeteries were one of my most favourite places while in school....we had one near and i used to go and sit there -- so peaceful (no, but not at night --

love,
dev

Lorraine said...

I love cemeteries, no one talks to me! thanks a lot Dev :)

Michael Rawluk said...

I love visiting graveyards. I love the history.

Lorraine said...

Me too Michael, and best of all...they don't talk!

Magyar said...

__Ah yes,LL, but a shadow changes with the position of... . _m

Evi Mavroyianni said...

Beautiful blog....

Greetings from Eleftheria too!

Margie said...

Hi Lorraine
When I go visit the cemetary where my parents and other family members are buried I also go around and look at many of the other headstones and then say a prayer for all those that I have visited.
I feel a deep sense of peace when I visit a cemetary!

Love the photo, you do take amazing ones!

Margie:)

Kristin Riggs said...

Wonderful, L! We all need room to breathe...I understand! :)

Gillena Cox said...

i thrive on space; i'm an empty nester, husband long gone, (still alive); children grown, managing their own spaces, but my space is precious to me, i think, i write, i make new poets friends - precious space

much love
gillena

Standley said...

J'adore visiter les cimetières avec leurs atmosphères mystérieuses!

Lorraine said...

oh la la, great come back _m ;)

hey Evi, how nice to see you here, hugs to you and your sweet Eleftheria x

That's beautiful Margie, thanks for sharing ;)

I know you do, thanks Kristin :)

How nicely put Gillena, co-empty-nester, but I have three cats lol

J'aime nos cimetieres Richard, surtout en Automne, ils sont remplis d'erables multi-colore and j'adore...