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Thursday, January 04, 2007

Walk in the graveyard

Life and death
Past and present
Darkness and light
Time to myself took me off into the local graveyard with my camera. It made me very aware that through darkness ... through death ... emerged Life and Light.


QUASAR9 said...

Hi Trinity, anything from you
I'll always be interested in.
Apricot kernels are rather like bitter almonds - and b17 is being
promoted, though I'm not sure it's
being marketed as a cure but possible
On the Hunza Tribe you must tell me more.
Thanks & hugs back to yah!

QUASAR9 said...

Well, I guess graveyards
are there all year
they do not disappear
with the New Year.

But it is the living that are
attached to graveyards & memory
who seem to need comfort ...
those who have passed - passed
are in need of no tears or sorrow

Rob said...

The Holywell cemetry in Oxford also serves as a nature reserve. There are many famous people buried there.

I quite like cemetries.

Keshi said...

What a profound msg this pic gives!


trinitystar said...

as you said ... one just has to look.
Hugs for you :o)

Love your poem ... hugs for you :o)