Monday, September 7, 2015

Neighbors

    Image by Tess Kincaid
   
While the adage is true,
good fences make good neighbors
don't forget the gate.


For Magpie Tales, carried across the Atlantic.

*The adage is, of course, from Robert Frost's poem Mending Wall.



22 comments:

  1. And the lock for the gate, just in case

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  2. ...and a stile to climb over incase you lose the key!
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  3. Of course ~~ this is brilliant!

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  4. Very wise counsel indeed , hi Mary !

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  5. That is right. There ought to be mitigating factors to ensure good neighborliness! Good reminder Mary!

    Hank

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  6. Nice to remind us, Frost is always relevant...

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  7. that gate is unforgettable...yes!

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  8. Where would we be without gates? Fenced in! LOL ♥

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  9. Timely.. fences are good, gates are better.

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  10. Clever! I need a taller gate~ I went out of town and came back to crime scene tape, lights and chalk drawings in my yard-lol~

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  11. Absolutely true and sweet like the image ;)

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  12. So true, and a brilliant light to shine upon that gate.

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