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Photo Prompt: Innocence

Photo Title: Innocence © Gabriel Buta
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The photographer lives in Bucharest, Romania, and specializes
in street photography.

Photo used with permission from Gabriel Buta.


Sarah-Paige said...

Obsidian like eyes dart
to and fro playing tag
with questions and answers.
Shyness is a trait
yet to be learned by
her heart that still beats
a brave rhythm, her tears
always dry by morning.
Under this lens of innocence
the dirt on her tired limbs
is a fairies good luck kiss,
the cracks in paving stones
to be avoided no matter
the weather, and others
glances to be defied
with an unrestrained smile.

Meandering Michael said...

A poem on the theme of innocence that demonstrates that what you don't know can hurt you and what you do know can hurt you, too...

When I bang my head
real hard
against this lumpy wall
I see all kinds of
pretty lights
and stars
before I fall

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

One word: B~E~A~U~T~I~F~U~L!

Simply beautiful.

Steady On
Reggie Girl

glorv1 said...

Sweet little girl has many roads to travel.

Have a great day.

Anonymous said...

(poem by Therese L. Broderick of Albany, NY, USA)


So beau are the bows!
In knotted hair, plastic bows!

So beau are the bows!
On tight shirts, kitty bows!

So beau are the bows!
Locked on arms, elbows!

So beau are the bows!
Fixed to floors, brick bows!

Untie them, untie them!
Oh, let the little girls go!

Renee said...

As long as you don't think this is a jester pastime because it isn't it. It is so important and unique in the blogosphere. I love this blog and I think your kinda cute too. ooxo

Love Renee

Love For Life said...

What a perfect title for this photograph! All children are innocent and pure. Even in the worst conditions (social and spiritual.) I hope she remains optimistic and open hearted in this (sometimes) hard world we live in.

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

Thank you for visiting and sharing your writing and thoughts, EVERYONE:)

And, Renee, no I don't think it's a jester pastime, not at all, and I am kinda cute(lol)

Anonymous said...

Be careful--life has a way of shattering that delicate fabric of innocence--indeed; sometimes you must skip the cocoon stage and rush straight into flight. Brilliant post Nancy dear.


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