We write the stories you will never tell.
We let them find a way in, I think what breaks our hearts is when they find a way out…
That’s a sad but very lovely way to put it.
Done reading all your works and I have to say, I shed a tear or two. Your words are like harsh realities: laid down evenly but bites when you least expect it. 🙂
Thank you very much. 🙂 Went to your site and saw that it’s shaping up pretty well. Looking forward to more of your works. 🙂
Cool photo. Amazing DOF. 🙂
Thank you. 🙂
I actually felt the physical blow of “even if that means breaking it”…. Stunning!
Thank you, Betty!
Amazing photo, and very well-written words.
It’s just a little sad that what you’ve written is true.
Thank you! And yes, it is true more often than not.
Amazing depth in such few words and that photo!
Thank you, Martin. And good luck on the competition! 🙂
Thank you very much 🙂
The picture adds a different perspective to the words: this broken heart was surrounded by barbed wire. It had been broken before, I think, and is only now realizing that its defenses are not as adequate as originally thought? There is a lot going on here I think. I am from the home town of barbed wire (bob wahr) and so the photo appeals to me on many levels. It is a fantastic photo as Becoming herself said.
Your thoughts are always interesting, Carroll. 🙂 Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Where is your hometown?
I live in upstate New York, not far from the Canadian border. The closest real city is Montreal, so in a lot of ways we have more in common with Canada than the US. What about you? Are you all in the same place or scattered around with a virtual link?
We’re in the same country, but not in the same area, and we hardly see each other (as in, years) so yes, you could say that we are connected virtually. 🙂
There is something profoundly disturbing about this picture, which I guess fits well with the words
I shall take that as a compliment. 🙂
It was intended as such
That’s a fantastic photograph, both the clarity of the detail and the colours.
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