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Grand photo, LL, combining these natural things with the -things- of humans... at the cusp of night... thar hides it all.__Saying good by to the long day, and a welcome to the short night. Fine verse too, LL. _m
i just breathed with familiarity...
Beautiful photo and words.
DArn lost my responses lolI also enjoy your beautiful interpretation Doug, thanks very much ;)Keep Breathing Dear Brian :)Thanks my sweet Kathy :)I appreciate that Anne, thanks ;)
Breathtaking picture, Lorraine.Loved the verse!Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity!Margie x
What a beautiful sunset. Your words add such a melancholy feel to it, Lorraine.
And well I remember this view as I Leapt from your balcony, the Morning Cry of the Rust-Crested Bonko Bird resounding in our young Ears.
PS: Talon, you silly goose. Can you not tell a sunrise from a sunset?
a wish on the first star i see tonightdays are short, nights are longdawn comes too early andnobody ever sees the last star out
I don't have time to check out blogs today but saw this on my blog list and had to come by. This is awesome.
amazing photo :)
You are such a sweetie, Margie, thank you :)I appreciate that Talon, thanks a lot!Sir Silley, still i cry...ps did I mention I looked up the Bonko Bird for an explanation and all google came up with was:'Percy Bisque Silly' and I kid you not, still...I crySir Silley, joke is on you sexy tri-focals, 99.9% of the time the photos are sunrises, but that one, is truly a Sunset ah ah! So please beg Ms. Talon's pardon!That's beautiful Sera :)Thanks so much Arlene :)Thanks a lot Eddie!
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