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Old Mar 25, 2008, 6:40 PM   #1
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She was a grand barn, just a few decades ago.
She had windows aplenty, so all the ladies had views to enjoy while milking.
She held her feed dry, and warm, and provided a universe of untold imagination, for those young at heart, romping in her loft, till they exhausted to napping, in the safety of her love.

Sadly, as she still stands as part of scene with her snow-capped friends, her pasture turned bramble, knowing fair well it will be just a matter of time....
Till those winds tumbling down from their winter pinnacles, will take her to her knees, and ruin....

Look now, quickly....
Remember her as she sags from time, but too.....look closely, listen,
Imagine what really was, for that will always be....
forever.

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Old Mar 28, 2008, 2:16 PM   #2
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eddie haskell wrote:
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She was a grand barn, just a few decades ago.
She had windows aplenty, so all the ladies had views to enjoy while milking.
She held her feed dry, and warm, and provided a universe of untold imagination, for those young at heart, romping in her loft, till they exhausted to napping, in the safety of her love.

Sadly, as she still stands as part of scene with her snow-capped friends, her pasture turned bramble, knowing fair well it will be just a matter of time....
Till those winds tumbling down from their winter pinnacles, will take her to her knees, and ruin....

Look now, quickly....
Remember her as she sags from time, but too.....look closely, listen,
Imagine what really was, for that will always be....
forever.

Eddie, you bring me (us) such a wonderful picture, a pure work of art. Composition, colours witnessing ...

This is a photograph "to be lyrical about"

And the text is full of love (if this word still has a meaning) and it is tastefully litterary and poetic.

Yes, I look now. Hope you give the permission to download it and save it in the folder "Pictures I like the most". I can tell you it is a sparse selection/collection

"Till those winds tumbling down from their winter pinnacles, will take her to her knees..." That is first class poetry

Mister, you have done it. Congratulations


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