You mention lost or painful love in many of your posts. I'm glad you see the road of love never ends, "unless you stop driving."
Good call. When you think about the amount of space we use in the form of paved roads, it reflects how much importance we place on having the choice to go anywhere we like. We are compelled to do it. This is also a cheery post for anyone who feels they are in a dead end. There's no such thing.
lore! i love the picture. reminds me of how travelling feels and how much i need to do that soon. and yes, we should just keep on driving. :)
i like that way of thinking :)
So U keep on driving till U reach your destination???
i really love that photo! hitting deadends is LAME.HEY happy one year annniversay i just noticed you started in december 04! :)
nice photo and youre right, the road ens only when you stop :)
Brief poem but pregnant with imageries, magnified by poignant photo. Once in a while I feel like stop driving on my road to nowhere...
lovely!!! just enough said. not too much, not too little. sufficient, pleasant, fulfilling!!!
what a nice poemshort, vivid, to-the-pointwell done
And sometimes it's a sled ride. Happy holidays...
i like that. its a good way to approach life.
Yes, the continual journey is full of promise. Nice photo!P.S. I have a new blog address here on blog spot for "Silken Threads", but also changed the name of my blog to "Irrepressible Secrets." Please update your blogroll and list me either by that title or SilvermOOn, not Green-Eyed Lady. (I can now sign in here directly with my writing name of SilvermOOn :) Thanks, Lorena!! Happy Holidays to you!
yes...it sure does..thts when hope dies..
Simple poem, but not. Does that make sense? And don't forget to enjoy the drive. Very cool photo, too.
You say so much here. This is a very self-empowering poem. Great photo, too!
i love b/w and sepia photography :)
Think I will stick this on the dash in Mark's car. Merry Christmas and a happy New Year Lorena
mermaid :: always saying things to restore my hope,thank you :)sirbarrett :: another person who always inspires me. i love the way you think :)rain :: thanks. i need to practice my driving :)thanks dr.vodka :)bablu :: yes, i believe so and in the meantime, enjoy the view :)gusgreeper :: thanks :) yes 1 yr, time flies.thanks eden :)thanks danny :)shubhodeep :: thanks for the sweet comment !thanks Marco :)renee wagemans :: thanks. also thanks for visiting!!paul :: those are the best. happy holidays as well :) thanks for the visit.thanks cracked chancla!silvermoon :: thanks. i will make the changes. thanks for letting me know. happy holidays as well.sushmita :: and we don't want that to happen so keep driving!! :)Ô¿Ô :: it makes sense. enjoying it is the most important thing to remember. thanks :)thanks patry francis :)josh :: so do i! sue hardy-dawson :: thanks, happy holidays to you and your family as well :)
Christopher Reeve mentioned this in his final book. Glad you reminded me!
it would help to keep on driving if my car didn't keep breaking down!
Again..we've said the very same things in different ways! How does this happen all the time..I've painted the very same thing with similar thoughts..!Love your pics!http://painauchocolat.blogspot.com/2005/12/miles-to-go.html#comments
The freedom to choose. ^_^Happy holidays, precious one. Much love. *hugs*
orif yourunout of gas :)
...or you stop walking(he he he because i don't drive)Have a blessed and merry holidays Lorena!
michael manning :: wow, that's cool!rhein :: ahh, yes ocassional breakdowns to be expected :)pincushion :: yes, i remember visiting your wonderful painting. it is cool to see how we can connect at times :)soulless :: thank you. yeah, the road is definitely symbolic of freedom!!happy holidays to you as well :)stan laurel :: lovely :) so true!! find the nearest hotel...amie :: i actually don't drive either so i guess we'd be hitch hiking on this road... :)Happy Holidays to all!!
short and funny and nice.
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