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Jun 20th 2011 8:30PM Wow, Byron, the epitaph is beautiful and quite thought provoking. I don't know if you noticed, I was commenting on anothers comment that partially quoted what could be the same epitaph. I liked what she had commented but to hear this epitaph with the history behind it has fullfilled it's meaning beyond expectation. This quote is something that hits my heart and sparks my thoughts. I will keep this in my journal of profound quotes. Thank you, Byron ~~ Beautiful!
Jun 20th 2011 6:55PM 1720 said it all "As you are now, I once was"... How profound, I like it.
Jun 20th 2011 5:09PM Eerily beautiful -- that kind of silent beauty that draws one in -- frozen in time -- hardly able to draw another breath -- a fine line balancing between panic and tranquility. Not until recently have I been able to understand and appreciate my mother's fascination with old cemetaries.
Dec 30th 2010 8:16PM I LMAO at Nicholas Cage and his cat, Lewis. I grew up in the 70's so this was a little reminiscent for me in such a comical way. No one could have told this story any better. Really can't believe there are commentators out there without a sense of humor whether they can relate or not... it's funny!