I commend to you this post from Jean Tubridy from the blog ‘Social Bridge’ and in particular the poem by Will Allen Drumgoole.
There are all sorts of bridges that make me sigh and I want to thank David Millington-Croft from the magnificent There is No Cavalry for mentioning the Bridge of Sighs in a comment at the start of this Festival of Bridges.
Bridge of Sighs, Venice.
I’ve spent most of the day thinking about bridges that make me sigh and also pondering on the word sigh. I’m taking it in a positive sense here ~ to mean bridges in a range of contexts that have touched my soul. Here are my top five out of possible thousands!
#1 Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco ~ a bridge that won my heart in 1983 and is still carved there, especially when I see the sun rising.
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
#2 Claude Monet’s painting of The Bridge at Argenteuil. I associate this very much with my late father and…
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