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29 thoughts on “to walk among ruins”
Well said and true!
This is beautiful.. -CC
Those ruins will be standing long after we’re gone.
Those have been there roughly 1800 years.
It also makes you marvel at the imagination and ingenuity of mankind.
Yes, that’s true, Leslie.
I never cease to marvel at some of those amazing buildings/temples etc. that were built so long ago.
I do love to visit historical sites.
Words well stated, and the picture is a great illustration of the meaning of fragility.
Excellent post which speaks a lot.
Thanks. I’m glad you liked it.
Was my Pleasure.
I had forgotten that Shelley poem. Thanks for reminding me.
you can’t tell when those pillars would fall down…it’s like human lives…thanks for sharing those ruins…
You are welcome. I’m glad you liked it.
Thank you. Glad you agree.
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Inspiring words and image. Thank you for sharing this. The past is so evocative.
And unfortunately the past keeps repeating itself.