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GRUBS AND THE PAUPER'S GRAVE

GRUBS  AND  THE  PAUPER’S  GRAVE

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no flowers

on the pauper’s grave — a squirrel

digging grubs

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Poetry

Photos: Panic as pupils,students find grave in classroom

There was pandemonium at the Iguodala Primary School in the Uhunduhun Oredo Local Government Area of Edo State after pupils stumbled on a fresh ‘grave’ in one of their classrooms.The incident was said to have happened shortly after the morning assembly on Monday. 342 more words

9ja Life

Day 7: Buffalo Bill's Gravesite

We ascend the small summit to Cody’s gravesite, an elaborate affair even by western standards – Westerners love their graveyards you see. The tombstone and coverings are a collection of brilliant white quartz rocks, glinting dully in the sun and standing out from the prevailing red patina that covers any exposed surface. 266 more words

Westward Trip

Day 7: Windy Saddle

We ascend further to a proper stop at the Windy Saddle Trailhead below the summit where a better view of the Rockies and I-70 is afforded, this time looking down the dusty green gullet of a valley to the highway far below. 188 more words

Westward Trip

Grave Spirits (Redux)

An apparition
rises up from the ground and guides
me on what’s to come

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Grave Spirits by G A Rosenberg
Art

Hillside Cemetery, Sedgwick KS.

Hillside cemetery in Sedgwick, KS. Is a perfect example of what I love about small town history and community. This cemetery is well cared for, peaceful, beautifully landscaped, and shows community pride.

Cemetery Cross

Hillside Cemetery Sedgwick, KS

What I love most about small town cemeteries is the pride the community has for the cemetery and the former residents of their town.

This cemetery in Sedgwick, KS is well cared for, peaceful, and so beautiful. 8 more words

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