A few memories, sentiments and tales of my travels mainly in India, an attempt at photography, and at times, some reflections on other topics.
thanks for the comments on my site! Glad you enjoyed them!
Your poem makes me think of how much I think each of us craves some kind of permanence--or assurance that life is meaningful.Writing in Faith: Poems
Beautiful lines Celine. Just three of them but they seem to be overflowing with meaning.
Lovely view of life !It whispers alike in me :--"Fleeting moments of being Spontaneously lose all its splendour Only to leave behind a thin imprint"Best wishes,
Lovely! I am so jealous that you saw this site!
Matt,That picture was absolutely gorgeous. Thank you dropping by.:)
Sandy,Craving to find the meaning of life. I wonder if it's gonna be a perpetual quest.:)
Indrani,Thank you. Glad you liked the Haiku.:)
Saibal,That's so apt. Thank you.:)
spacedlaw:Nathalie, haha..I am sure you aren't.I've been writing Haiku for a while, but am so glad Sandy has introduced me to other lovely artists.:)
i guess we all hope to leave something lasting behind...your words say it so well
This is a wonderful comparison of transience and permanence. Glad you have joined OSI.
Permanent structures mark the past of what once must have been grandeur. Lovely words, lovely photograph. nature tales and camera trails
I am always amazed at the ancient architecture that withstands the tests of time. I'm sure the footprint I leave behind will not be nearly so grand.
...skeleton bones having shed many skins... murmur ghostly warnings...cast lighter shadows...I love your photos! ...enjoy your impressions and glad you're here!
Very specific and wonderfully put!yearning
oh they are so beautiful ...these places speaks so much ...i love hearing the history speak s!!!!regardssayani
Thats the paradox of life..beautifully expressedLakshmi
Wonderful. Perfect description of the paradox of this prompt. Lovely. Wonderful photo too. I like your post above this one too.
Transience/Permanence. You've captured the wistful tug of war between the two, Celine.
qualcosa di bello,Thank you for your visit. Piacere.:)
Teric:Ric, thank you for the encouraging words. I'm delighted to be a part of OSI.:)
me, ann my camera:Welcome, and thank you for your nice and thoughtful words.:)
WillThink4Wine,Welcome.:)That is the beauty of ancient history and its historical monuments. With a set of blogs like you have, you have made your mark too.;)
Ric,That's so poetic.:)Welcome aboard, and am delighted to hear those kind words.:)
Gautami,Welcome, and thank you for your nice words.:)
Sayani,Thank you.:)If you love hearing history speak, then may I suggest that you read my post just before this?
Lakshmi,So true. Thanks.:)
Sukku,Welcome here, and thank you.:)
Raven,Welcome and thank you very much for your visit here and your nice words. I'm delighted that you liked these posts.:)
Many things endure, as your words so wonderfully illustrate... the photo is a perfect fit.
Wonderful use of words! :)
Quiet Paths:Welcome to my blog Christine, and thank you very much for your nice words.:)
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