Sunday, May 24, 2015

MEMORIAL DAY


They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

From Laurence Binyon's poem 
written in September 1914.

28 comments:

  1. We WILL remember them..with gratitude.
    Jane x

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  2. Lovely glow and amazing cloud formation.

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  3. Hi Denise,
    Very appropriate post for Memorial Day!
    Have a Good One!
    Peace :)

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  4. Awesome shot that catches the somber remembrance of the day.

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  5. Very poignant, and such a gorgeous photo!

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  6. There are so many to remember today, tomorrow and always.

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  7. Oh MY! this poem is wonderful, and I have to copy it. It is a wonderful companion for your haunting photo.

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  8. Touching words and lovely image to go along with them.

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  9. Your image captures the feel perfectly.

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  10. Perfect words, Denise. Whenever I hear or read them the emotions wrack my soul.

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  11. Good Morning, Denise.
    The poem is appropriate for Memorial Day. God Bless our veterans and servicemen. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  12. so beautiful, photo and words

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  13. Touching post. The flowers in the post before this one are lovely.

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  14. Touching words, beautiful photo. Happy Memorial Day to you and Gregg!

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  15. Love that poem and the photo is a perfect match.

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  16. So very perfect for the day.. Which has so much meaning to us all but especially to your family stories.

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  17. Perfect image, perfect poem, thanks for sharing.

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  18. Amen














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    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
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  19. Those words from 'Binyon's' poem are just perfect ...

    All the best Jan

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  20. This is so beautiful and poignant.

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