Reclaimed in loss

A collection of headstones in an overgrown cemetery: forgotten by the living for whatever reason, the ferns and mosses have taken hold around the marble headstones and limestone crosses, revealing the sodden earth is the reason why the plinths’ lean like crooked teeth.

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