Humour, Poems and Yarns from the Pen of a Complete Novice.
Thank you. Though an old graveyard is often a thing of joy and beauty too.
Hi Windsmoke,Well done. I saw a movie, can't remember the name of it, but it was based around a graveyard, that had a huge wrought iron gate as an entrance, inside the gate the graveyard was covered in very long grass, that was the first thing that came to mind when I read your post. :)
Yeah I agree with Elephant Child, down in Charleston, South Carolina short biographies are carved into many of the gravestones of people who lived back in colonial times, its fascinating.
I can picture it. A small lonely graveyard surrounded by a wrought iron fence, with rust and peeling paint, weathered headstones, some falling over, some just tilted, nothing but prairie for miles and miles.
G' Day THE ELEPHANTS CHILD: Agreed especially the gardens :-).G' Day MAGS: That's good to hear that i got the imagery right :-).G' Day BEACH BUM: A little bit of colonial history preserved and i hope protected :-).G' Day DAVE: Much appreciated :-).G' Day RIVER: You got the image spot on, well done :-).
Graveyards are usually nice, peaceful and filled with history.
G' Day LIFE RAMBLINGS: And fond memories of loved ones :-).
G'Day mate! Hopping over from Life Ramblings..bringing on back the good times..Oh it has been over 5 porgie decades last recited Georgie Porgie hahaha.
G' Day BANANAZ: Thank you for your yarn and welcome to my humble blog and i hope to hear from you in the future. Its an oldie but a goodie indeed :-).
Great imagery - I like how the words you've used can be either positive or negative, depending on how you choose to interpret them.Have a great day!
G' Day RED: Your yarn is most inspiring indeed :-).
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