Monday, July 25, 2011


Devika Jyothi said...

engraved in the sand - sounds solid despite the ingrained idea of being susceptible weather conditions :)

Mine has always been the water -- i like a fluid, watery existence...but then it is where we (all life) came from....and by our custom it is where my ashes would go, in between also life seems flowing :)

Nice photo, Lorraine :)


Devika Jyothi said...

*susceptible to weather conditions


Lorraine said...

you have no idea how true what i wrote is, butit would take a novel to explain it, but I also am a water lover, but the sand, the sand knew

Devika Jyothi said...

my age had come to understand all that much before Lorraine -- if not my life, by looking at other lives....and as regards writing it- i agree, writing without saying it all is something i like myself :)

yes, always a leeway for what struggles we go through as individuals...but what we can't bear we don't hold on,


Devika Jyothi said...

"but what we can't bear we don't hold on" -- i was talking about my a way, why i choose the watery existence :)


Brian Miller said...

ah but sand shifts with the wind, sometimes you must go back to begin forward again. happy monday L!

Gillena Cox said...

a thesis ~
of transience
in the water and the sand
copied to both our hearts

much love...

Margie said...

I love what you wrote and do understand so well!
And your photo is so beautiful!

Michael Rawluk said...

That is such a lovely shot.

Frank... said...

A lovely photo...

Lorraine said...

Dev, I think it's called payback ;)

Happy Monday to you too Brian, hope it was good, now Happy Tuesday:)

Hmmm Majectic dear Gillena

Thanks Margie, my angel friend :)

Thank you so much Michael

Thanks very much Frank :)