musty secrets…

“For many men that stumble at the threshold are well foretold that danger lurks within.”

William Shakespeare


kick marks at the base

old door blocks musty secrets

turn the knob or leave

threshold-old door-rural-SwittersB-peeling paint

5 Responses to “musty secrets…”

  1. February 23, 2015 at 23:42

    ahhh this door reminds me of childhood… the old farmhouse we lived in, with ancient walls full of musty secrets. We moved when I was 12, and tore down the old farmhouse to use the wood for a small shop that became home along with a little trailer. THe doors came along for the adventure, and got many more shoulder bumps and foot kicks.


  2. 4 EarthSprout
    February 23, 2015 at 09:02

    Sorry but I adore the old, the bringing in of the fresh air to the musk… Foretold = passed along Fear (boo for you!), when meant to be a warning, precaution, tale for safety. And to that I travel with a shotgun!


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