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Monday, May 23, 2011

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Sarah

There is an overwhelming sadness in these photos... It really holds my heart. Beautiful, but sad. Peaceful, but sad. You know? I keep envisioning the parent inscribing their childs name into that tombstone. Heartwrenching...

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Joy

It is sad... and people like to say that children dying was so common that it didn't affect people the way it does now. I disagree. Yes that is a sad place but its peaceful

Yogi

I've spent a lot of time in old abandoned cemeteries as part of my geocaching hobby. I've had similar thoughts about the heartache involved with infant deaths and wondered about what happened like when teenage sisters are buried near each other with the same death date.
Great post.

Anon

Saw one simular to this in Kellyville. They're very sad, creepy, but somewhat peaceful.

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