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Thursday, December 17, 2009

During this season, some of us look back... the family times.


this lost voice
questions in black and white
photo album

16 comments:

RBroeker said...

Some of us look back - and what will the others do? Yes, they ask. And they try to find answers in the past. Very good set of prose and haiku, _m.

Best wishes
Ralf

joo said...

It's the time of the year to look back indeed. I love your words here!
Great weekend to you:)

Devika said...

You have a season to look back??
THAT seems the whole problem!! :))

hey kidding....i liked it, Magyar :)

wishes,
devika

Kristin Riggs said...

"Nothing is ever really lost, or can be lost...the embers left from earlier fires, the light in the eye grown dim, shall duly flame again"...
A little Walt Whitman for you, dear Magyar. That voice is there somewhere...and if you continue to flip through those pages, you'll find it. :)
Love this one!!!

Devika said...

Kristin says what I said at Andrew's blog today -- Nothing ever ends, or is lost....

and i was just wondering-- are men less positive than women? :)

anyway -- You already have a strong voice here, i think....and I have seen it at other places too :)

wishes,
devika

John McDonald said...

well done M
john

Lorraine said...

Gosh I love the Kodachrome way you play with words lol always a delight!!!

BlueJayEye said...

stories behind the pictures, the memories saved on that moment, it stirs us, continue to stirs us...fine writing...M

nora said...

just divine, Magyar!

Ashi said...

I found that ye older the photo the more it looks like a questionmark - the more it become a guesswork - and probably far from the true.

As time fly
a bag of guesswork
answer to B&W questions

Tikkis said...

I like L1,
and L2 continues it,
then L3 turns it homey.

(Had to read it twice.-)

Agreed with Ashi

Devika said...

Magyar...again, I seek your pardon- i could have misread. Please don't take my words so seriously and stop commenting the way you feel...Please, :)



wishes,
devika

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Poignant!

Magyar said...

__Nancy, I am honored by your visit here, and you are always welcome!
__I thank you all for your kind comments; Dev, all is well. _m

Devika said...

Oh thanks so much Magyar :)

regards,
devika

T.Migratorius said...

Beautifully written and a hint of mystery.