Monday, July 18, 2011

Waiting



you may be able to shut me out
profess there is nothing
beyond
the darkness




but i shall wait
along the stone wall 
for however long
you may need
to
unlock the sadness
you hold 
within



~sharing with~

42 comments:

OceanoAzul.Sonhos said...

I enjoyed to read these poetic words. Happiness have a rail - hope.

have a great day!
oa.s

texwisgirl said...

sweet and sad too.

Birdman said...

The doors and reflecting windows... WOW!

Ruth said...

These are beautiful illustrations for your loving lines. Sometimes it's hard to wait for a beloved to open up.

I didn't know anyone else had a green barn like ours! Or maybe it's not a barn . . .

deb duty said...

Beautiful image! I love the fabulous colors and the poem is really pretty too.

Daryl said...

Awesome strong words to go with these very vivid shots .. I am getting a 55-200 lens!!!!!!

Judy said...

Wow, those are some powerful words...Love the photos.

Jill said...

Perfect harmnony between images and photos. Great job!

Ashley Sisk said...

Beautiful image and that poem is so powerful.

Woody said...

Neat old doors, I love to sneak a peak inside.

Sylvia K said...

Sad but beautiful words and superb captures, Reena! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

Sylvia

beth said...

now that's the kind of backdrop i search for when it comes to doing photo shoots....WOW.

Barbara said...

these words reflect what I often feel these days - and I love the photos. Thanks for this post!

Jillsy Girl said...

such and interesting building and I'm lovin' what you've been doing with your images!

Dorian Susan said...

Wow beautiful images and verse. I'm especially drawn to that first image. Love the tones and gentleness of the photo. Breezing in from Creative Exchange.

Dorian Susan said...

And p.s.....thanks for all your supportive comments of late on my blog. They make my day.

Rosemary Aubut said...

Gorgeous colors and contrast. Beautiful words to accompany photo.

EG Wow said...

Wonderful photos and touching words!

Phil said...

Great pictures MM and I'm getting seriously hooked on your compositions and colours.

Barb said...

Beautiful photos and verse!

Jane said...

I am loving your photos of late with the sort of vintage 60's bright hues look - these are lovely and your words are wonderful too. We do lock so very much away.

Anna Lear said...

Wonderful photos; I love how you've processed them! And your words are the perfect accompaniment. I am also LOVING your nature photography in your other posts; you have so many wonderful captures!

elizabeth said...

beautiful vibrant doors!!! Love it

Henrietta said...

The colors are so beautiful. I would even take to my living room those gorgeous old doors as a peace of decoration:)

Dyche Designs said...

Beautiful.

Debbie said...

sad, beautiful and powerful all presented together.

awesome pictures!!!!

Ann said...

Stunning photos to accompany a lovely poem

Veronica said...

love this!

CherryPie said...

I see only happiness here :-)

lisa said...

These are truly some powerful, yet beautiful words Reena, and your photographs are just fantastic.

Thank you so much for sharing both today at The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful evening!

lisa.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Although I love the photo and the words, I do hope everything is okay.

Kerri said...

Awesome!

Anna said...

This must be the beloved barn from a previous post? You told me that you were going back to it - so glad you did. Fantastic shots!!! Esp. enjoy the second shot and all the rich color!

hootnonny said...

The colors caught my eye, the words caught my heart.

Pat said...

Wonderful post! The words and image are powerful, yet poignant.

LB said...
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LB said...

Beautiful words to accompany stunning photos! Lovely.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

This is exactly how I feel about my son. Wow. So impactful. The photos are beautiful.

(GBS) NewsFromTheHill said...

A Perfect 10 Post!

Tell me more about that glorious barn!

Pat Tillett said...

great photos and words! Loved them both!

Geri Centonze said...

Beautiful and profound!

Barb said...

What a perfect poem to go with the photos!