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Blank Grave (PART 1)

The words on the gravestone had long since faded away. The rain, the wind, and the dust had wiped them from the smooth granite surface with little effort. 743 more words


William Lanceley

In reply to a blog comment, the other day, I suggested that genealogy which is a list of names and dates is just a tad uninteresting. 351 more words




Faces staring back at me from beyond the grave


Eyes that pierce straight through me


No words are spoken, not anymore

The distant memory of your embrace haunts me every day… 22 more words

Picketwire Grave

Picketwire Canyon, located near La Junta, Colorado, is known for the prehistoric dinosaur tracks that can be found along the canyon’s dried up river bank. There’s also an early American settlement nearby, ravished by time. 21 more words


Book of Spells: Prince Connell's Grave, Page 5a (Part III), by Lucian Sandro (poetry)

Page Five

Prince Connell’s Grave

The book you seek

and the one who benefits from its spells

await at the stony feet

of royalty, protected by Prince Connell’s… 37 more words


Bon Jour, Professor!

I’ve walked through the seven cemeteries on Broadway in Galveston countless times, photographing, doing research, assisting in restoration, and simply enjoying the history. So I was very surprised this week to find a grave marker that I haven’t taken notice of before. 657 more words