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Uploaded: 10/12/16 12:48 AM GMT
Vestige (poem)
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I once had this up but then took it down from my gallery. for one reason or another, maybe felt it wasnt that good. then again, im the only one i really have to please with my work. it might not be wallpaper worthy but im sure we all have one or two in our galleries to personalize them as ours. so with a little help on my poor grammer from a good friend Mesmerized she also gave me the link to the vintage paper I used from"allfreedownloads.com"

On one very cold, dark, winding, snowing, night. with the howling winds outside an old farm house on the country side. inside a fire burning to keep warm from in the fire place across the room, also some help from a throw blanket wrapped around in. after editing some pics and about to call it a night. i just started jotting down some thoughts into words and...more soon followed. before i knew it, the night was over, so was the snow storm...that was one long cold winter! been here 18 yrs and dont remember another one like it, until the next yr came..lol thats the truth..2 in row

I had no name for it, so Mesmerized gave me a few to think over, one choice was "Vestige" and so it became!

ENJOY

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.Tootles
10/12/16 3:40 PM GMT
I like it! I don't remember seeing it before, but I'm glad you uploaded it again. I downloaded it, so your name has spread that little bit further. :-) Perhaps it will be found on my hard drive when I've passed on. (Mournful sigh).

I think as artists we are rushed too much these days... have to speed-paint, only pay attention to focal areas (otherwise it's too 'busy') and we don't have time anyway... they say. This isn't right. It might be different for others, but I do better if I take my time.

Peace.
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::corngrowth
10/12/16 5:49 PM GMT
I know it's called a poem, but to me it's a 'painting' with words, Chris!
Perfectly done!
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Try to change what you can't accept, but accept what you can't change. Please CLICK HERE to see my journal! Feel free to save my images or to add them to your favorites.
.Tomeast
10/12/16 9:03 PM GMT
I believe it is something that we can all relate too , I can anyway in some form. I like seeing some insight into Stylo and others should be as brave. This presentation is a work of art.
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::tigger3
10/12/16 11:15 PM GMT
I think you know how I feel about this one my friend. I'm glad it is back, and it's a fave for me. Btw I love that song, I have it on my phone. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
.stylo
10/13/16 12:15 AM GMT
of course a huge debit i owe to SAW for her help and encouragement, or im sure it would have stayed in the folder with all the rest, i just jot em down to finish up one day. maybe one day some hundreds of yrs from now my hard drive will be uncovered as well...and the unfinished was truly finished after all...huummm! Whao!!! deep man deep.
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::LynEve
10/15/16 11:39 AM GMT
Beautifully presented an a most thought provoking poem.
As has already been said, many of us will be able to relate to it.

I still believe though that the most precious things we leave behid are memories, and it is up to us to make them happy ones.

The title is perfect.
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
.icedancer
10/15/16 12:40 AM GMT
Oh my goodness, this is so beautiful - I had tears in my eyes, the words have so much feeling and truth inside. Truly heartfelt and beautiful my friend. You are an amazing poet and right into my favs
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VIEWED IN FULL
.mesmerized
10/17/16 8:00 PM GMT
Well I think you already know how I feel about this one...and many thanks for the mention...once again, faved.
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A camera didn't make a great picture anymore than a typewriter wrote a great novel. (Peter Adams)

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