where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 11, 2015 § 24 Comments
solid as stones
Tagged: cairn, care, carrying on, couplet, devotion, memories, monument, moss, mourning, remembrance, stones, tree
Over the years, a friend built a cairn like this at the grave of a beloved pet rabbit. This one’s especially beautiful.
[…] Source: Remembrance […]
Very nice, no matter if 911 was an inside job, or not, the lives lost and the ones injured, are in our thoughts and prayers.
What a lovely remembrance. 🙂
This is so thoughtful and integral in scope and challenging in heart. Thank you as always.Thanks for the memories that are evoked. jlheman1945
How interesting it is to see nature rearranged as a prompt to memory.
Still in my mind, you –
A day of remembrance now
One not forgotten.
Love this Haiku ☺️
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So beautiful in all its rough texture that is life.
Very nice and beautiful.
Nice photo. Often when I go out walking, I come across a cairn, and I always find them thought provoking.
they always seem to hold a story
Dear Catherine, thank you as always for your “like” on my: “I have nine lives,” said the kitten, purring softly and then came back to the roof; “but I can’t lose even one of them by falling in this country…”
Please allow me to reciprocate best compliments and wishes for your great artwork. I love this “Remembrance”, both photo and words. Interesting. I wish you success with your art. With kind regards. Edoardo Dispenza
_/\_ and you with yours Edoardo
I love your words, and love the large heart stone in the front. I have a thing for heart rocks 😀
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