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What passes for love

What passes for love

What passes
for love
soon passes

the river flows
flowers fade

what passes
for love
soon passes

as petals fall
and blossoms… 28 more words

Poetry

How lonely is that bridge

How lonely is that bridge

To be in Paris in the springtime
to see it in that soft amber light
to stroll in the Jardin du Luxembourg… 100 more words

Poetry

Prelude exhibition 2016: Homage to Guillaume Apollinaire

Prelude exhibition – bonus event?

The Prelude events in our studio gallery “ART RETREAT” in Bonn-Königswinter are part of our exhibition periods and the event’s online PR. 631 more words

Miniprint

Infinite Dissatisfaction in a Cruel Theater Called the World

David Foster Wallace once said in an interview:

Look, man, we’d probably most of us agree that these are dark times, and stupid ones, but do we need fiction that does nothing but dramatize how dark and stupid everything is?

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Come to the edge

“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded.
“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, We will fall!” they responded. 24 more words

Daily Wisdom

Tanino Liberatore, illustration for Les onze milles verges by Guillaume Apollinaire

Chant de l’honneur

Chant de l’honneur

Guillaume Apollinaire

LE POETE

Je me souviens ce soir de ce drame indien
Le Chariot d’Enfant un voleur y survient
Qui pense avant de faire un trou dans la muraille… 627 more words

Poème