Sunday, June 14, 2009

Walls






















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16 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

Crumblig wals. Great. That verse is very good..

filigreed walls

magiceye said...

wonderful haiku and apt for the picture! what i would like to call as photing!

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Jeeves said...

But can memories fade. Very nice post.

anthonynorth said...

There's a great metaphor in this.

barb said...

My thoughts echo Anthony's. The photo is intriguing... Ancient history.

kitehorse said...

And permafrost isn't perma

Tammie Lee said...

everything changes
nice piece~

Quiet Paths said...

A great piece; thought provoking.

Jim said...

It takes more than a lifetime for a good wall to fade. I'd say you have a friend you won't forget. If for some reason they do fade/crumble, they won't go down under any deeper than the permafrost.
I like it (at least my way).
Thank you.
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lissa said...

a lover's broken heart frozen in time, like crumbled walls...

Beth P. said...

Nathalie--
Got me to wondering about the relation of permafrost, a line in the vertical sand, so to speak, and a wall of memory.

Very interesting piece and great photo too.

Thank you!!

Edward S Gault said...
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Edward S Gault said...

A memory is like a wall-very good!

SandyCarlson said...

The relationship between memories and walls is beguiling. Oh, those choices...

Tumblewords: said...

Provocative piece and potent photo - perfect!

gabrielle said...

a memory frozen in time.
laid down in permanent frozen layers. photos in the attic.

permafrost forms relatively quickly but deeper levels take longer.