Monday, February 15, 2010

The Impermanence of Love

I was going to post these pics last year for Valentines Day but with the blogosphere being the joyous, positive place it is, I thought it was just too cynical.
Maybe I was paranoid because I was single and well...this year I wasn't, I'm not, so here it is...skeletal love.
This stencil has since been removed. Their love was short-lived. I hope mine isn't.

10 comments:

Beach Vintage said...

Any kind of love, skeletal or not, is wonderful!

emalia said...

that is awesome. a shame they've been removed.

meandering pearl said...

'the impermanence of love' tis a more beautiful sentiment in thought than reality :) & why does it have to take so long to get over soemone who is so impermanent...hope you had a lovely valo's day!!! loveliest wishes

pumkyn said...

It is actually pretty interesting.

The best of luck with your love~

conversationpieces said...

Oooh it's a creepy kind of love... shame they've gone though.

Jan said...

I do hope your 'love' can become part of all your hopes and dreams. Kind wishes.

pennyo'reilly said...

Is that a Bansky?

pennyo'reilly said...

Oops. I mean Banksy.

daughterofmartha said...

I don't think it's cynical at all, I think it's more real than all the stuffed teddy bears/chocolates out there. Love is deeper than whatever Hallmark sells. If I wasn't single on V-day I would have bought that card!

daughterofmartha said...

I don't think it's cynical at all, I think it's more real than all the stuffed teddy bears/chocolates out there. Love is deeper than whatever Hallmark sells. If I wasn't single on V-day I would have bought that card!