Emotography – Week 18/2016

Post and Barb

Standing … the test of time

I have stood true
through summers’ heat, and winters’ rain
I have served my purpose
and held against the strain
I am beauty in the quietest way
of weathered wood and rusted wire
I proved equal to my test of time
to what do you aspire?

© ceenoa

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If you would like to participate with your own Emotography post check out my post EPE Invitation where I explain what it all means, and tell you how do it.

14 responses to “Emotography – Week 18/2016”

  1. […] it Emotography) and leave a link to it as a comment (alternatively you can leave a pingback) under my weekly entry which is published on a Friday (Australian […]

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  2. Beaut pic and lovely poem. really liked it!

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    1. I like the simplicity of it – took it on y work trip down the peninsular yesterday.

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  3. I love the textures and colours of old wood and rust, it makes an interesting photo too. This week I’ve gone with “amused”. http://wp.me/s2N0qn-amused

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    1. Liking it, and the idea to do the alphabet. Looking forward to how that works.

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      1. I’m sure there will be times I rue deciding to do it this way but I’ll see how I go.

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  4. The words fit the picture perfectly, or is that the other way around? I feel like I’m being spoiled with your wonderful proses this week.

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    1. Glad that you thought so. I am lucky that sometimes these things just flow, so when they do I like to keep up with them 🙂

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      1. Well you’re on top form, although I always enjoy reading your poems. You have a knack of writing just how I feel sometimes.

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        1. perhaps we are related on the moose perspective 🙂

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  5. Love this, Claudette. Such texture in the photo and unassuming words. Definitely “beauty in the quietest way”.

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    1. I kind of like weathered wood (well, when it’s not on my house) :). Thanks for your kind words.

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  6. Here’s my contribution for this week. http://wp.me/p4X4U3-1oo

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    1. Thanks Ruth – they are wonderful 🙂

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