09May / 2016
Only the castle remains
Posted in Scotland
Tags: castle, cliffs, Dunnotar castle, hiking, nature, photos, sea, Stonehaven, walking
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When I ask myself why
Do I want to get married
In a beautiful castillo,
What is it that makes
Castles a dreamlike venue
For me and forever lovers?
It is not my nobility lineage
And it is not that I’ve read
Too many fairy tales.
It is the history and the symbol.
It is that when battles are fought,
Not mattering if lost or won,
When invaders come
To conquer, stay,
Or simply to destroy,
There is this strength,
There’s solidity, and
There’s beauty that remains.
Although even Mother Nature
Puts it to the test, you can be sure
That glorious or in shreds, but
Only the castle remains.
Beautiful poem. Only the castle remains.
It is a very pretty photo. I happen to adore castle ruins and would climb up them, once upon a time. xo
Thank you! Scotland is the land of castle ruins! Welcome!
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