Saturday, November 5, 2011

one man loved the pilgrim soul in you...



Our prompt this week is a quote from Yeats: "One man loved the pilgrim soul in you, and loved the sorrows of your changing face."


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8 comments:

HisFireFly said...

Words that made me catch my breath - love.this.prompt!

all that i am said...
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all that i am said...

our pilgrim met and fell in love with...a fellow pilgrim...and together they have walked...far far away

nance marie said...

i like the cell and cig taking time... a break from the work. wonderful feel and light...personal moment.

even broken rock can change with the covering of leaves.

the changes seen in the tree and the phase of the moon and the light in the sky.

nance marie said...

the quote kind of reminds me of the pilgrims and thanksgiving and the sorrows of the changing face of nations over time.

EM said...

My melancholic traits like this one... yet such joy in knowing the One who I fellowship with in suffering!

S. Etole said...

Such melancholy beauty in this.

JAS-- said...

I keep coming back to the Yeats quote. It warms my heart. Isn't that what all women (and men) yearn for, for someone to love them as they are? Isn't that what God showed us in the gift of his Son? Thank you for the thoughtful prompt. Thank you for the grace you share on these pages.

 
 
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