Even now I laugh

Even now I laugh

even now I laugh
tho’ time like light flashes by
worry not shall I


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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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17 Responses to Even now I laugh

  1. Rajiv says:

    Both, the photo and what you write, are brilliant. They convey the sense perfectly, in just a few lines

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  2. We too have those in the Great White North. Someone lived in them for awhile. I’m sure it’s empathy that causes laughter – imagining one had lived there while not having actually done it. At least, that’s my take as I stumble across these most modest of once having been shelters.

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  3. I love this photograph! I like the haiku, but I’m a big fan of this theme in photography, a sort of rural decay, when objects have been abandoned by humankind and taken over by nature. It reminds me of a favorite Southern photographer, William Christenberry.

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  4. John says:

    Thank you, Kurt, for capturing the beauty and the character of that old shack. The feeling of this post reminds me of Dylan Thomas:
    “Time held me green and dying, though I sang in my chains like the sea.” I think you and Dylan are right: as time rushes on, the only thing for it is to keep laughing and singing and dancing and loving.

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  5. Aimer Boyz says:

    Lovely haiku and a brilliant attitude :)

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  6. Aimer Boyz says:

    Reblogged this on aimerboyz and commented:
    The secret to happiness?

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  7. Pat says:

    Love the photo and the haiku.

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