Leaves. Each is one of a kind. With their own markings, and their own hues. Frail, easily crumpled and torn, fragile. They are beautiful. No two are the same. Each has it's individual characteristics, an unique fingerprint. The leaves of no two species are precisely the same, nor two from even the same tree. Yet it's these very differences that prove to be a constant source of beauty and intrigue. Kinda like people, dontcha think? It takes "All Kinds of Kinds" to make the world turn.
"All Kinds of Kinds"
"Now some point a finger and let ignorance linger
if they look in a mirror they'd find.
That ever since the beginning to keep the world spinning
it takes all kinds of kinds.
-All Kinds of Kinds (Miranda Lambert)
How less interesting and stunning this world be if we were not all kinds of kinds.
I have to admit, this week's Song-ography was a challenge for moi. Wasn't sure exactly what direction I was going to head until just yesterday. So I can't wait to see what GPS instructions you relied on this week for "All Kinds of Kinds". Before I start visiting your link-ups, take a look at next week's Song-ography title. Since it's November, and those of us here in the States are closing in on Thanksgiving, and EVERYONE in the world could head in the direction of a bit of thanks and gratitude, I chose this...
"What a Wonderful World"
(more commonly known as performed by Louis Armstrong)
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