This shot, taken on a recent holiday , has brought out the Victorian Sentimentalist in me!
I must leave, and leaving, weep,
All I ask is for you to keep
Watch at some time in the day
Where you were when I went away.
Let me picture that shaded spot;
A corner of our garden plot,
Where you and I just sat and talked
Gazing at paths where we once walked.
Honour bids me say farewell,
For how long no-one can tell.
Know that I will dream and yearn,
Till I join you there on my return.
Nice bench in a beautiful setting! Lovely poem also.
The poem goes perfectly with this shot.
Somehow felt that it was this way...
The Victorian girls walked away..
Lovely shady spot - nothing like a bit of Victorian sensitivity on the weekend. xx
Lovely words in the perfect setting! What lovely shadows! Delightful!
Lovely shot - what a beautiful place to stop for a quiet few minutes.
Sentimentality is a nice trait. We often see the best of times in a spot like this. We want to get out of the hot sun, but don't want to lose all warmth,to the spotty shade - just to cool down a bit and continue the conversation. A beautiful, contemplative place!
Oh, how nice!
Great shadows and the poem certainly suits the photo!
I love the poem that goes with the photo!@
Please check out shadows in Chinhae
looks like a lovely shady place to sit...
Well, I found it, via SSS! It does look as if it doesn't belong there and perhaps your rime gives it its raison d'etre! Feel better soon!
Lovely shadoe shot :-)
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