The Rings! Just those two words conjure up so much excitement and make the heart sing! And not just because we love pretty things and diamonds. It is what they represent also. I give you a snippet of a poem that, to me, represents the rings, and what they mean.
“I might have tied a blade of grass, a green ring for your finger, or told you the ring of a sonnet by heart or brought you a lichen ring, found on a warm wall, or given a ring of ice in winter or in the snow sung with you the five gold rings of a carol, or stolen a ring of your hair, or whispered the word in your ear that brought us here, where nothing and no one is wrong, and therefore I give you this ring.”
by Carol Ann Duffy
All photos taken by Jean Kallina