.home . . . there was once a home here roses tended bed of rest a place to hide the nakedness the tender skin and delicate seasons of Love . . . . . . . 6.12.2012
The Beautiful Due
Artful Words to Inspire Everyday Living
Daily short takes from an Appalachian hollow
I love that string of poetry in the comments. Such flow and beauty and truth in the words. That photo is incredible! I think you were meant to go back there to get this particular shot. It’s a “Wow!”
such kindness communicated in comments here.
it funny how things work out sometimes, how something is a mistake and then how it can work out differently, but, good.
i hope that some of my other mistakes can be worked out for good a well.
This really gets me today. Thank you.
and you…for relating your precious thoughts…
Whispers of wind washed
our faces, the scent
of petals bathed
i like this addition
i can not seem to match it at the moment…
so i will just enjoy it.
Even from morning ’til night change happens.
and from night to morning…
Your rose bush story help explains the context for this so much:
not the same
two days later –
Aren’t we all.
never again the same
this dance on a tight rope
What a beautiful image, nance. and these thoughts on home…feels far away.
a reflection on the “thus far” in your wiman series, maybe?
beautiful either way.
Beautiful photo collage. I sense a negative connotation about what was once something beautiful in your words.
oh…not so much, really. there once was a home where this rose bush continues to live. though, i think the roses are lovely, i started to think about house that was once there…and our own houses that are homes…and well. i ended up with this.
i had taken photos of the roses just after a rain a couple of days before i took these, they were good shots, but, i ended up deleting them when i was in the process of deleting some of the other not-so pretty ones. and i had already deleted all from the camera. poof! so i went back to photo these but the roses looked very different just two days later in the sun…and so do the shots.
that’s most of the rose bush story…
what home should be – and even what a church/spiritual home should be
yes…it should be.