there is a very
thin line between
and dying. and
I just put up a post with a little writing snippet about bamboo and then saw your photo – nice work.
Thanks for sharing.
great timing (smile).
yes, filled mostly with sadness, though some may consider it a joy, release.
I have been close to death, and was not sad. I felt close to wholeness; happy to have lived… and ready to die. I think we have to learn to accept the fact that our sojourn in this world is temporary.
I love bamboo as a subject of photography
and have posted photos too, at my blog.
wow – such an intimate capture of bamboo. i’m jealous! didn’t get your variety in! (smile) thank you.
thank you SO much . . a dear one just passed away . .
my condolences for your loss. thank YOU for allowing these words to mean something to you. may you surround yourself with loved ones during this time.
Reblogged this on turns of endearment and commented:
. . right now it feels as life has collapsed and risen to uphold me, al at once, all in a matter of a couple of hours.
My dues and thanks to everything ..
thank you for the reblog – i saw it once, but now it says Hello, World!
Is that black bamboo? Divine. Nice work!
no, it’s not black bamboo, but my mom knows the name of this type of bamboo, which escapes me. Dad just dug up some shoots, and Mom made the most delicious soup today! need to find more!! (smile)
This are two remarkably profound lines. Thank you.