The Sinking Spring

The family of Abraham Lincoln drew water from this spring located in Hodgenville Kentucky near the cabin where he was born.



Haiku

Solitary steps
Amid his own thoughts and prayers
As life surges past



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Comments

Meri said…
Cool -- some of my paternal grandmother's forebears were from this part of Kentucky.
Kero said…
great capture. I wish I can visit interesting places like this soon.

Chubskulit Rose said…
That would be a an awesome place to visit.

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Have a great week ahead.
Rajesh said…
Nice shot with apt words.
kulasa said…
such deep thoughts and a beautiful capture...I'd love to think that each walking man is praying...glad I passed by your page through Blue Monday :) your header is such a cheerful sight....blessed day on your side of the world...
Ann said…
Looks like a life well lived. I think this area of of country is so full of beauty.
Ann
kaykuala said…
Lost in thoughts he's overtaken by events! Wonderful haiku, Jeannie!

Hank
Gillena Cox said…
interesting!!!

much love...
How interesting. I love your capture and haiku!
Barbara said…
Lovely post and wonderful take on the haiku prompt!
Much of life is a solitary affair, it seems...

Flying
NatureFootstep said…
an interesting post. :)
LV said…
If these springs could sing or talk, what a story we would hear.
Dulcina said…
Interesting information and pic.
That water must be blessed.
Nice haiku.
:)
bettyl said…
What a great historic place.
SmilingSally said…
Nice blue jacket. Thanks for sharing. I'm sorry to take so long to comment, but my computer acted up.

Happy Blue Monday, Jeannie Marie.
Annesphamily said…
Nice photo! Always a pleasure to read all the lovely blue shares! Thank you and have a wonderful week!
shooting star said…
dats a nice shot..love the sunny feel of the shot!!

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Jazzbumpa said…
Great shot, and I love your haiku.

Cheers!
JzB

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