Mytwosentences 78


They once came on frozen rails without pretense to share the jolly with a sustained station bustling with local services for a truly languishing community…
Yesterday, a destitute curmudgeon dropped his found piece of bread and knelt at the very same train car that took him in so many years ago.
(Photo: Edward Roads)

Written by Edward Roads

39 thoughts on “Mytwosentences 78

  1. You have captured a vivid moment of time in the present through your photographic eye and merged it with a vivid moment of time in the past with your creative ‘inner eye’. In many ways, this reminds me of the James Cameron film The Titanic. I can follow your premise and you have left me wanting to know more…Brilliant – lovely two sentences/story/maybe future movie?

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  3. How you do what you do is past my understanding. Your image is powerful and the words you put with them the way you did, leaves me stunned. Your talent is unique I hope you know that. Whenever I get the chance to come on over here, you do not ever cease to amaze me. Love, Amy

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  4. There is so much sorrow in the ‘lifeless’ train, neglected tracks and your words, oh my gosh, they are truly a reflection of a time long gone. I’m happy I was around for those days, trains and cabooses… Great post! šŸ˜€

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  5. Hi Edward! What a novel blog concept. I picked this post because I love train track shots. They always inspire me to tell myself a story of where those tracks are leading. I don’t know how you stumbled onto my blog, but that’s for stopping by. Have a great weekend šŸ˜‰

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