Friday Fun – dead centre

or a cemetery or a geographical location, make it what you want!

it’s a natural flow on from all the Halloween posts

please share your creative version of ‘dead centre’ in pics or stories? 

Whether through your lens or using creative writing …
go where the prompt leads!

Please complete before next Friday using a pingback to link your post

Having explored the Sculptures by the Sea I naturally headed to
the dead centre of town as death holds a fascination for me.

please post your own pic or get creatively share what mine says to you?

28 comments

    • Don’t know that book Marie but I did hospice work for years and death is such an important part of our life cycle that we do need to read and acquaint ourselves with it in order to live more fully ❤

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      • You could write your own book on the topic Kate with your experience! The book, in 2002, was by Thich Nhat Hanh. I also got a lot from On Death and Dying by Elizabeth Kubler Ross and an all round book Life Lessons again by E K R with David Kessler. Not a subject people are comfortable talking about but it is important to listen not being tempted to brush their concerns under the carpet. X

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  1. Since I was a little girl, I’ve always found cemeteries to be fascinating…I like to read the headstones and think about the person (whether I knew them or not) and what their life might have been like. I, also, read their name aloud and say, “You mattered. You are not forgotten.” I find this to be very peaceful and I hope it is honoring.
    (((HUGS)))
    PS…the oldest cemetery I’ve visited the headstones dated back to the mid-1800’s.

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  2. For a long time I stayed away from graveyards. But they do have some very interesting history. It isn’t written yet but maybe when I get those flowers to the ‘family plot’ I’ll add the link here.

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