June 13, 2012

"Statue Thoughts"

He:  "So scared and alone... who IS she?"
She: "I don't know, but she can stay over there...I don't trust her"
He: "But why my love? We don't even know her... Shouldn't we invite her over 
and at least say hello?"
She: "But I'm afraid"!
He: "Why dearest one?"

She: "Look at me...I'm so chippy, old, and worn....and she's so beautiful, smooth
and new! How could I ever compare?"
He: "That's not what I see when I look at you.  I see years of a life well spent...of loving, giving, grace, and character.  It takes YEARS to become as beautiful as you!!"
She: "Really?"

He: "Yes, I only have eyes for you...truly!  And besides...have you noticed that we're joined together? I couldn't depart from you even if I wanted to...
(but don't worry...I'll never want to)"
She: "Allright then, I feel  much better now. Let's invite her to come closer"

He:  "See...that wasn't so bad."  
She: "She's very quiet"
She: "And modest too... I'm glad about that"



She: "I think we could become friends ~ We DO have to live in the same house after all..."
He: "And look...she brought flowers as a token of her friendship"

He: "Your beauty compares to none. I will never leave you nor forsake you."

She: "And I love you to the moon and back again.  Shall we go for our evening walk?"
He: "Yes, should we invite her to join us?"



























She: "NO!"


I'm linking up this week with:


                                                               White Wednesday 

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10 comments:

Blessed Serendipity said...

I am glad that the story has a happy ending. I am sure the new girl will be happy at your home.

Danielle

Susan said...

Oh, you clever girl! I just loved this little dialogue amongst the cherubs. Poetic words about love and these statues are just beautiful - new and especially old.

Lynn-Teacupstitches said...

This chippy ole gal just loved EVERYTHING about your post!

Clever, thoughtful and fabulous photography!!

Thanks for sharing your fun imagination!!

Lynn

Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

Awesome! I love BOTH of your statues! I have two like your smaller one, but I sure love that gorgeous maiden. I'm such a statue freak! xo

Kate said...

Dear Karen

Sending you much love and joy each and everyday! Know that I am here praying and wishing you much love and comfort everyday my friend. Thank you for your prayers and friendship they mean so much!

love and blessings
Kate
xoxo

PURA VIDA said...

I love your story...compelling and lovely!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Aw, how sweet. Love this post.

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

So cute...I giggled. Sharing me some statue love.

Hugs,
Judy

Donna Wilkes said...

And I thought my cherubs were the only ones who gossiped! This was very interesting - what our statues say behind our backs. I also love the vignette in the previous post especially the cloche! Came over from Feathered Nest.

Distressed Donna Down Home

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Your statues are just beautiful! So refined and elegant!
Thank you for sharing.
Leticia