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Laurel Grove Cemetery Port Townsend, WA

During our tour  of Manresa Castle the tour guide indicated a 13 year old “spirit” named Lotta frequented the place.  She liked room 214.  No one really knew her affiliation with the castle. 238 more words


Florida Panhandle and the final Push Home

After Texas, Donald & I did a blast through the South to reach the Florida Panhandle & our destination, Grayton Beach State Park – a great FLA State Park on the Gulf of Mexico. 830 more words


Cove Cemetery

Cemetery established in 1646, holding some of the area’s earliest settlers and also passengers of the Mayflower.

Eastham, MA


Stone Angels

As the car engine grew louder, the sound of raised voices echoed across the graveyard and I realized it was too late to make it over to the gum trees. 226 more words


haiku 10

June’s blaze animates

the cemetery’s serpent –

wilting daises bow


© Kenny Ray Bryant – 2014


Mother's Day Homage: The Wilcox Family Gravestones

 Base of Gravestone of Susan Wilcox (1834-1918), “Mother”


The sorrows of motherhood and the difficulty of raising children safely to adulthood more than a century ago were poignantly brought to mind by a grouping of gravestones I happened upon last Fall in the cemetery of the old Pembroke Chapel (originally Methodist and later a United Church) in Pembroke, Nova Scotia. 275 more words

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