Tuesday, March 31, 2009

abandoned graves

abandoned graves--
could I have sprung from these
long-forgotten names?

4 comments:

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Magyar said...

Oooo, I like this. In reading headstones, one always wonders back in time. We are all related.
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Devika said...

Don't we all ask that?

not just the names, sometimes i feel some strange spirit taking over me too. :)

liked this, Nora

wishes,
devika

YOUR SOULS AND MINE! said...

It created a different high going to abandoned graves than entering a cemetery where newly buried just being interred in peace. The abandoned cemeteries speak so much of the grandeur in the pasts. W reckoned histories great and small looking into the graves even if its not that of our direct kinsmen. It tells us direct to our soul that one of these days...our turn will come. Let's remember them in our prayers...