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photoblog image Vikipedia: Through The Ocean Of Tears

Vikipedia: Through The Ocean Of Tears

 

...when I am

no longer with you

I will sail

through the Ocean of Tears

till the end of my days...

Vikipedia: Through The Ocean Of Tears

 

...when I am

no longer with you

I will sail

through the Ocean of Tears

till the end of my days...

comments (13)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Nov 2009, 00:33
Ohmygod Vik - they could easily be all mine!
vz-nostalgia: Wait a bit, Chris. Your time has not come. I'm not leaving shutter. Not just yet. smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 3 Nov 2009, 00:57
Ah...gee...shucks...VZ....

"Cry Me a River" has already been done.

Time to think "White Water kayaking" fun when you see dead leaves in a puddle...
vz-nostalgia: :
Ray: "Cry Me a River" has already been done.
VZ: All has been already done in the world of arts, Ray. Nothing is new. I'm sure someone has written a book titled "The River of Tears" somewhere out there, or someone shot a movie with the same title. All has been done. Or do you think that Ray creates a small revolution in photography every time he posts a picture? smile
...floating on that river of ecstasy that is being with you, I will settle in that moment of joy,
a light that makes every other look dim...forever.
vz-nostalgia: In order for a light to burn forever, Ms. Suzanne, it needs an eternal supply of oxygen (read, inspiration), which is an integral part of the equation: Light of Joy x Inspiration = The River of Ecstasy Forever. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 3 Nov 2009, 07:40
vz-nostalgia: If you see a leaf and nothing else, that's perfectly fine with me, Ms. Philine. smile Can't help you much with that.
Regarding being kitschy... I know kitsch, when I see one. There is plenty of this stuff on shutter and beyond. I doubt, you are looking at one, though. smile
i liked yesterdays one better
vz-nostalgia: I'm sure you do, Ms. Chantal, considering I didn't post anything yesterday. smile
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 3 Nov 2009, 09:18
vz-nostalgia: Are you saying it's time for me to lighten up and shoot some garden shears, Ms. Ingrid? smile
Did you forget, you're on Nostalgia? I don't carry Ray's rose glasses with me all the time. smile
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 3 Nov 2009, 23:15
What I see is a leaf comfortably settled in amongst what looks like bark, where it can settle and rest a while.
vz-nostalgia: at least, you don't see kitsch in it, Ms. Ellie. smile
Nestled and held secure is what I see.
vz-nostalgia: we often see what we want to see, Ms. Pixie. smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 4 Nov 2009, 05:40
A poignant one and those words - very fitting for the picture.
vz-nostalgia: smile Even old man Louis felt something looking at this. smile
  • Y.K.W.
  • United States
  • 5 Nov 2009, 02:43
Another leaf? How many more in your yard? Crying out loud! And you complaining about my spiders? smile

Well, you'll definitely have more leaves than my spiders, I give you that! LOL smile
vz-nostalgia: Many more shots of leaves are coming, Mr. Ti. If you don't like it, you're welcome to send a petition to the United Nations. smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 5 Nov 2009, 05:10
maybe the story or the caption are not new but those rivers' tears will never be the same...

'...when you're no longer with me,
I will float on the river of your memories,
until you come back again,
to be one, once and again till the end of our days...'(k.A.)

yes, mr VZ every coin has two sides... wink
vz-nostalgia: Heraclitus, truely a well of wisdom, said once: "You can never step into the same river, for new waters are always flowing on to you". As he was known as a "wheeping philosopher", we might assume that his saying could also apply to the river of tears. smile

I like your verse. Ms. KA.
Beside two sides, every coin has value, Ms. K.A. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Nov 2009, 22:18
I don't see any 'kitsch' in your pic- in this way, sorry, you might have misunderstood me- but the words sound a bit... (I don't know the English term)- I very like your hint to Heraklitos in your reply to k.a. - it's my sight of things: Panta rhei! All things are in a flow/flowing!- on the other side the repetition is also an essential experience!
vz-nostalgia: :
Philine: the repetition is also an essential experience!
VZ: There are different kinds of repetitions, Philine. The repetition of the same mistake hardly add to the experience. This is what Freud once called a "repetition compulsion". smile
it comforts me to think that maybe my father is floating in the river of my tears...another way to feel he is close...until the end of my days...
vz-nostalgia: This is a very touching tought, Ms. Dori. I'm truly moved.
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