Wednesday, October 06, 2010

timeless


Those who danced

were thought

to be

quite insane


by those

who could not

hear the music.


Angela Monet

14 comments:

tony said...

The Hearing Shall Inherit The World!

John said...

I love this one. Nostalgic yet there is a touch of sadness.

Coffee Messiah said...

tony: Will we see it occur?

john: Hey Thanks. The photo is from downtown Indianapolis, a market they had, but forget the date and photographer.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

We will never truly be inside another's head. -J

Merle Sneed said...

Boy that is the truth.

Coffee Messiah said...

j: Ahhh, but people keep trying.

merle: Thanks 4 stopping by!

Sam Juliano said...

Well, this certainly true throughout history Michael, and it will happen in the future with regularity.

I must say I really dug the Badfinger song here!

Hope all is well my friend.

David G. said...

It's funny how we humans, those of us who are older, are caught in the past even as, daily, we move towards our future.

I get quite nostalgic for aspects of the past yet I know I will never see or experience them again.

So I must live a divided life, try to make sense of it somehow.

I can't!

Coffee Messiah said...

sam: Yes, into the future we go. This is my favorite BF cut. Thanks for stopping by.

david: I certainly understand the "divided" feeling. I'm not so much nostalgic for the past, but loath to repeat that which our ancestors fought for, and now we are reliving again.......

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.M.,
Nice! collage...
Nice! Quote by Angela Monet...
Nice! sounds...
Thanks, for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

Sparky said...

Is that why everyone thinks I"m insane?

Coffee Messiah said...

dd: Hi, and Thanks as always. Was in your area, nearby anyway, but too many runners to stop ; (

nick: Welcome to our World ; )

grrl + dog said...

I am glad some of us can hear the music.

Coffee Messiah said...

g & d: ; )