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Report - Lightle House on the Prairie (Guelph, Canada - July 2014)

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by jerm IX, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. jerm IX

    jerm IX 28DL Full Member
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    We leave these bones behind. We inhabit these shells, these domiciles, and then we abandon them. We go vacant. It all rots and decays, as nature always defeats nurture in the end. But we leave these bones behind. Fragments of our selves. Proof that we formerly existed. Our possessions. Our things and stuff. Our bones. Physical reminders that we once lived and breathed and simply were. Bones, or even ashes, that is what we're reduced to.

    We leave these bones behind in the form of memories as well. For a time, we live on in the hearts and minds of loved ones or those whose lives we may have touched. But eventually, they leave their own bones behind and we are eternally forgotten.

    Happiness is in the moment, ever afters never last. Happy endings are an impossibility. I've seen enough bones to know that much...

    The full set and write up are here...

    jermalism: Abandonment Issues: Lightle House on the Prairie


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  2. The Queen

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    Wow, that's deep for a Wednesday. Some nice pics, though :)
     
  3. Squirrell 911

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    Pics are cool. Write up is ghey as f00k though I am afraid.
     
  4. Styru

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    Good set of pics - spoiled by the last one - sorry :)
     
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    Good stuff mate.
     
  6. The_Raw

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    Looks like a really cool find and like your shots a lot. Think you might just about get away with the spooky write-up if you included some info about the property.... :thumb
     
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    As previously said, nice photos but the deep and meaningful description is not necassary
     
  8. jerm IX

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    Wow. People really not feeling my recent write ups on this forum, damn. Gotta try new things or it gets stale, as I said on the other thread. They can't all land. I liked this write up.
     
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