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A face from the past

an epitaph

when in earth’s cradle she fell into eternal sleep

nobody thought there was much cause to weep

but the Moon turned away her face… 23 more words


Poetry Submission by Joseph James Cawein

joseph james cawein is a frequent submitter to The Continuist, and we’ve come to love his short yet vivid pieces. The reader is provided with snapshots: the headstone is material, while anxiety is more conceptual. 129 more words

The Continuist.

Tombstone Tuesday [11/11/2014]

Elizabeth, relict of Julian Pithardo Hitchcock, Camberwell, having met with a fatal accident, the following epitaph is inscribed on her tombstone:-

“Sad was her death ! 47 more words


#MorbidMonday Reflections on #CemeterySunday

This is hardly the first time I have blogged about trekking through a cemetery.  And I’d be so inclined as to say it’ll hardly be the last. 828 more words


where's Albert?

photo taken May 2010 and originally posted at Buster’s House

Lorain Ohio