5 photos, 5 stories, 5 days – day 4

It’s now 4 days since my dear friend Sue@WordsVisual handed over this challenge to me – time passes very quick.

My story today is also about a feeling and one of the worst – the feeling to be left behind, to be abandoned. For me isn’t there anything more painful.

This images is taken at Copenhagen’s Airport’s train station – just returned from somewhere, I think it was from Seattle in 2009. The platform was absolute packed with people that had somewhere in Sweden as  their destination.

When the first train for Malmoe left the platform was empty and there was this abandoned luggage cart and me (not my train) left. For some reason I felt so deeply for it. *smile

I know so well how it’s stand there after somebody has left, I have lived in long distance relationships for most of my life and to say good is a such painful thing. To stand there and see the person walking away … an awful feeling.

And for some reason the abandoned cart reminded me about all those times I been in that situation.

abandoned

It’s hard being left behind.
It’s hard to be the one who stays.

Audrey Niffenegger

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Now the second part of this challenge – to hand if over to somebody of my friends that loves a bit of challenge and this a really easy one. I will handing it over to Terry@terry1954. One of my longest known blogging sisters, we had contact for 3 years (on and off). I know she have found loads of pleasure in photography and really developed a good eye for details.

Terry had a tough and rough time when taking care of her sick brother, Al and she is true fighter. After his death she moved closer to her daughter and started a new life, but at times still can be hard on her.

“The challenge is to just “post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph and each day nominate another blogger for the challenge”

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14 thoughts on “5 photos, 5 stories, 5 days – day 4

  1. You need a hug! 🙂 🙂
    I’m thinking maybe, better not meet? We might not want to say goodbye. 😦
    No. No worries- you might hate me on sight 🙂 🙂 I’ll take a chance.

    • Jo, we will be okay … I’m sure I enjoy your company … a lot. So looking forward to meet up with you. And Newcastle isn’t that fare away … haven’t anything booked for October. *laughing – Anyhow I’m will to take that chance too.

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