Weekly Photo Challenge: Eerie

Parting is all we know of heaven, and all we need of hell.
Emily Dickinson

Tomb of Julia A, Bethlehem, NH

Tomb of Julia A, Bethlehem, NH

This chilling quote by Emily Dickinson paired with this graveyard photo are my definition of “eerie.”  The cryptic etchings on this tombstone made my mind spin with questions.  Who is Julia A?  Why isn’t her last name mentioned?  How did she die?  What’s the significance of the finger pointing to heaven and the words “God is Love,” etched into the headstone?  All this  left me shivering.  Does it have the same effect on you?

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