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Saturday, 15 December 2012

Love's enchanted fairyland

Sepia Saturday has gone rather lovey-dovey this week and I'm on theme with this sentimental little number posted in 1914.
Till We Meet Again
To part would be too keen a pain,
Did we not hope to meet again,
Again to wander hand in hand,
Through love's enchanted fairyland.

Much, much more of the same over at Sepia Saturday.

12 comments:

Bob Scotney said...

Sentimental indeed. I wondr where you find the cards you show us each week.

Incidentally your link on SS156 does not work; it only takes you back to the SS156 page.

Wendy said...

And that's a lovey-dovey post card Marshall picked out for Miss Murphy. Pretty one, for sure. (By the way, your link on SS takes us back to SS rather than here.)

Wibbo said...

Thanks Wendy & Bob - I've added the correct link now!

Meri said...

Lovey dovey can be wonderful. At least that's what I recall.

Mike Burnett said...

So that what SS is; Sentimental Slush.

Now I'm in my dotage I can get very sentimental and slushy.

Helen Bauch McHargue said...

Very romantic. Love the card.

Alan Burnett said...

Ah romance. You know how I like a bit of romance and a happy ending.

Kristin said...

The front of the card has to say it all because the back writing is a bit lacking in passion.

Tattered and Lost said...

The poor fellow is not very good at this, missing her mouth by a mile. I think we now know why they're hiding behind a screen.

TICKLEBEAR said...

Lovely card,
and I checked!!
There's no one peeking in the window...
:)~
HUGZ

Mike Brubaker said...

Sentimental, yes, but a gloomy (or is it gloaming?) illustration. And I looked for the face in the window too!

ScotSue said...

Yes, the image was suitably lovey-dovey, but wasn't the written message on the card so prosaic?