29.1.11


a roll of honour in memory of the unforgettable grief from the second world war,
to thousands of lost souls buried in the kanchanaburi war cemetary.
"i shall not see the shadows,
i shall not feel the rain;
i shall not hear the nightingale
sing on, as if in pain:
and dreaming through the twilight
that doth not rise nor set,
haply I may remember,
and haply may forget."
- christina rossetti, "when i am dead, my dearest"

23 comments:

Becky Regina said...

Beautiful and sad photos at the same time. Just awesome! :)

blorange dice said...

they are beautiful photos.

Maria Riazzoli said...

I love your blog!

Ellinor Forje said...

There's so much mystery on this page. I loosing myself. I love it. Thanks for sharing and drop by me too when you have time.

Cheers.

asha said...

I've been to this place. You've managed to demonstrate its sad magic through your photos- well done.

Sophia's Lover said...

G E N I U S !!!...I LOVE YOU...true love....to you...my sister...


Alas, So Long!

AH! dear one, we were young so long,
It seemed that youth would never go,
For skies and trees were ever in song
And water in singing flow
In the days we never again shall know.
Alas, so long!
Ah! then was it all Spring weather?
Nay, but we were young and together.
Ah! dear one, I've been old so long,
It seems that age is loth to part,
Though days and years have never a song,
And oh! have they still the art
That warmed the pulses of heart to heart?
Alas, so long!
Ah! then was it all Spring weather?
Nay, but we were young and together.
Ah! dear one, you've been dead so long,—
How long until we meet again,
Where hours may never lose their song
Nor flowers forget the rain
In glad noonlight that never shall wane?
Alas, so long!
Ah! shall it be then Spring weather,
And ah! shall we be young together?

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

...thanks...

Juliet said...

So beautiful!

Juliet xxx

Marina said...

just memory

linda; said...

very thoughtful pictures. thank you for sharing.

ChristinaIN said...

nice

Pink Lady said...

beautiful and sad. great post. i love those words.

liz said...

beautiful and sad, but fantastic photos as usual.

ediot said...

thanks for sharing this post. second time im here reading/looking at it now.
it's always important to stop and remember. to make sure it doesn't happen again

x

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

what a powerful and beautiful post...

yiqin; said...

Nice :)

Anonymous said...

really cool stuff

Nothing better than some personalised canvas prints to bring out the warmth in your home

Fashion Cappuccino said...

The photos on this post and the music on your blog really makes it so sentimental and thoughtful at the same time! May they rest in peace!! xoxxoxoo

Sue said...

This is one of my favourite poems by Rosetti!!

Ive never seen a post like yours. Highly sentimental.
May all of them rest in peace.

vint junky said...

Always an inspiration.
Very poignant post.
x

wulanasihsetyarini said...

those picture are awesome..
love them..

kisses

http://wulanasihsetyarini.wordpress.com

anouk said...

you took beautiful photographs...
but's still sad.

It blog girls said...

thank you so much for passing by, your blog is perfection! love it so much! and your shop is excellent too

A.n.E said...

Such a beautiful sequence of photos. And beautiful words, thanks for these moments of reflection.

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