Tag Archives: “Long Time Gone”

Thursday Inspiration # 6 – Gone

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Thursday Inspiration # 6 – Gone

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Thanks for the photo inspiration, Paula! 🙂

To join in this weekly challenge, just click the link below to find out details.

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https://lightmotifs.wordpress.com/2019/05/30/thursday-inspiration-6/

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This week’s theme is gone and the picture is below.

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Sepia toned photo of a railroad track going off into the distance. Lonely field, and clouds…

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MY LOST LOVE

I wrote

You a mushy love poem

Down my arm

On display for all to see

I Love You – Be Mine

Thinking you loved me too, but

You laughed

You said nothing to my face

Turned away

I must have read your mind wrong

Now you are gone

I feel like a fool, and lament

My Lost Love

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© 2016 BS

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“Long Time Gone”, by the Dixie Chicks, was released on their album, “Home”, in 2002. It was written by Darrell Scott, and is on the Columbia Nashville label.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

Square in December – Time – Day 26

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Square in December – time – Day 26

A time puzzle for Boxing Day

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For the month of December, Becky has prompted us with the word ‘time’. To see more entries and join in the fun, just click the above link. Thanks so much, Becky!

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The big clock over the mantel at my daughter’s house.

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“Long Time Gone”, by Crosby, Stills, & Nash, was written by David Crosby, in 1969. They performed this song at the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival, also. It is on the album, “Crosby, Stills, & Nash”, and is on the Atlantic label.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2018 BS

Square in December – Time – Day 5

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Square in December – Time – Day 5

December Squares

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For the month of December, Becky has prompted us with the word ‘time’. To see more entries and join in the fun, just click the above link. Thanks so much, Becky!

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This is a clock we have in the living room, on the TV shelf.

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“Long Time Gone”, by the Dixie Chicks, was released on their album, “Home”, in 2002. It was written by Darrell Scott, and is on the Columbia Nashville label.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2018 BS