So true, isn't it?=)
I love love love the shot. Amazing composition and light. So cool.I love Browning.
That is so true! We learn a lot when things aren't going "our way" don't we?
Amazing how feeling deep sorrow changes us forever. We are left imprinted in ways never before imagined. Thanks for stopping by :)
Love that poem; it's so true.
I just discovered this poem on another blog yesterday and was so moved by it. Beautiful, moving image.
Becky I hope Irene says away from your hometown and all the people you help in Philly. I worry about those people in the city without the shelters pray Irene stays out to sea. Have a wonderful weekend....can't wait to see some Shoshi smiles!
I can't wait to read more about it. Telling by this picture, I'm sure it will be wonderfully telling by this gorgeous shot!
This is a beautiful shot and the poem is too.
What a shot, it really captures the essence of the poem you shared. Wonderful.
That is a beautifully captured photo Becky.The thought of a shelter give me both the feeling of sadness and of 'rescue'...if you know what I mean.
Really love this shot - so much emotion behind it.
The building inside looks really nice, I look forward to seeing more.
you left me wanting to see more pictures...wonderful teaser, my friend!
How true this often is!!
What a great poem! Wonderful picture - the lighting is fantastic!
Loved it when I saw it on your FB wall.. love it even more here where I can see "the big picture". And I still say... if you haven't read Hinds Feet on High Places... make time to do so, post haste. :) Thanks again a million times over for sharing my page info ... what a blessing you are!
thank you for coming by my place :)your photos are so beautiful and thought-provoking and full of life.love this poem, too.
I love your blog! I have been reading it for a while and just wanted to let you know that I always leave feeling better than when I came. You have such wise words and your photos are beautiful:) Thank you for sharing.
I don't know that I've ever seen that before...but it's absolutely profound. Thank you for the beauty of the thought today.Thanks for sharing at Studio JRU today!AnitaAMKreations.blogspot.com
Wow that is a great poem. Really makes you think. I love this photo to go along with it. There is a story in this photo... I can see it. Beautiful work Becky!
So true and I love the photograph.
This must be quite a place. Oh the stories this hallway could tell.
I believe that was written by Barry Mann and Barry McQuire sang it in a song. I love that song. I wrote out the words to share with the parents of our Special Connections class. (Our Sunday school class for children and young adults with special needs.)How are you doing with the hurricane? Praying for you here in Seattle.
I've never heard this poem but wow! There's such depth to ponder in it.
for sure. every time.
Such beautiful words and photo!
This is a great piece and photo too. But, truth is, sometimes you don't want to learn anything.:)Cheers,Casey
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