A dead standing tree (snag) appears to beseech the heavens – photographed this day last year. Now it is Yom Kippur – the day of Atonement – and I keep the fast, and Martin in my thoughts and prayers
May Gan Eden (Paradise) be his resting place. (from The Yizkor)
9 thoughts on “Yom Kippur”
Kindest thoughts winging your way, Laura.
received with open arms and many thanks Tish
Moving and beautiful.
thank you, Marina, for this and all your kind comments
This and all are my pleasure. Always happy to land here and rest! 🤗
and I enjoy your music and art 🙂
Your photo captures that feeling of the branch reaching for connection. What a beautiful thought.
I am sorry about the loss of your loved one, and I hope that your memories of him will be a source of comfort.
thank you for such a very lovely and sensitive comment – Yom Kippur, Shabbat and such times brings him close and also I commit some of my loss to writings, tagged Martin
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