06 February, 2010

Waiting


Sometimes things do not go the way we expected, and then we feel abandoned. We lay collecting dust and twigs, rusting waiting for something new, but if we remove the feelings… and we realize just how beautiful we really are, then life will be laqarik again, and we will see just how wonderful life can be. I’m certain that if objects were able to speak this old farm piece might say something very similar… as it sits under a tree at Brandon Park in Rankin County, MS just rusting… waiting for new life…

4 comments:

asm said...

And if it takes too long to wait; before dust, rust and twigs becomes thick; before total abandonment takes place, I would go and find another home where I suit to belong.

afv said...

patience is a virtue...we wait and wait and then wait again. it makes for a wonderful photo Grant.

uncertainhorizon said...

thank you all.

uncertainhorizon said...

Laqarik =

Originally a term when something is deemed to be massively good usually brought about through a change, or removal of something. The term first appeared in the American South, and has since radiated out with the use of facebook and other online mediums, since this disbursement it has since changed to mean that something is good, or better than something else.
My paper was a little wordy, so I removed some unneeded paragraphs, now it is laqarik.

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are both really good, but Colbert is laqarik.

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