My Shy (Little) Friend!

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Temples of India

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Its is usual sight around Hindu Temples in India where people starts their religious rituals with the 1st ray of sun. People perform worship the God and offer flowers and food after taking bath in the the holy pond. The The main temple is generally surrounded by smaller set up for other God and Goddesses.
Here is a link to 10 Most Amazing Hindu Temples

Loneliness!

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I read a beautiful poem on loneliness written by Mark R Slaughter.

Lonely Life
Lonely on the land I walk,
Lonely cross the sea I sail,
Lonely air of beach I stroll –
This lonely life doth take its toll.

Lonely trek of woodland trail,
Lonely mist in haze o’ dawn,
Lonely spies the bird of prey
In lonely circles all astray.

Lonely be the dark of night
When sleep is but a yearning wish,
To dream of sweet companions close,
As wine would pair with diner’s dish.

Lonely do these thoughts me make
That draw my blood of precious life;
Replace with stream of flowing pain
To bless my veins with coursing strife.

Lonely years are now my friends,
Lonely cries bereft of sound,
Lonely tears that cool my face
In lonely life of sullen pace.

Copyright © Mark R Slaughter 2009
All rights reserved

Kensal Green Cemetery, London

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Kensal Green Cemetery was opened in 1833 and comprises 72 acres of beautiful grounds including two conservation areas and an adjoining canal. Kensal Green Cemetery is home to at least 33 species of bird and other wildlife. This distinctive cemetery has a host of different of memorials ranging from large mausoleums housing the rich and famous to many distinctive smaller graves and even includes special areas dedicated to the very young. With three chapels catering for people of all faiths and social standing, the General Cemetery Company has provided a haven in the heart London for 180 years for its inhabitants to remember their loved one in a tranquil and dignified environment.[1] It was immortalised in the lines of G. K. Chesterton’s poem The Rolling English Road from his book The Flying Inn: “For there is good news yet to hear and fine things to be seen; Before we go to Paradise by way of Kensal Green.”
Source: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kensal_Green_Cemetery)