Beauty in the Ruins – Detroit Winter

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12/17/2013 by syrbal-labrys


Just click on the “read more” ok? I am speechless with grief because Detroit is the “hand-writing on America’s wall” if you ask me, writing being left unread. But the spirit there, the urban skiers? It exemplifies the broken city in so many ways and is a testament to so many unspoken things.

There but for the grace of time, goes EVERY American city.

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4 thoughts on “Beauty in the Ruins – Detroit Winter

  1. julesagray says:

    hmmm..for some odd reason, your posts aren’t showing up in my feed, yet I’m subscribed to ’em.
    berry berry straaaahnge.

    • That has been happening, I note. My stats have been so depressed lately it made ME depressed enough to consider quitting. Then I noted that I wasn’t seeing any posts from the Arborist —Dead Wild Roses. So I hit my blogroll link and lo! Many, many posts….but NOT showing up in my feed, as you say I am not in yours. I don’t know wtf is up with WordPress, but odd that two relatively pointy feminist types simply fall off the feeds, eh?

      Until I actually SAY I am quitting? If I don’t post at least every other day, you can assume I am dead….

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