The tranquility of the desert


“This is the land which ye
Shall divide by lot. And neither division nor unity
Matters. This is the land. We have our inheritance.”

(T.S. Eliot in Ash-Wednesday 1930)
Sint-Pieters-Leeuw (B)

Spiders on the quay


Brussel (B)

Sunset in loneliness


“Sign on the window says “Lonely”

Sign on the door said “No Company Allowed”
Sign on the street says “Y’ Don’t Own Me” …”

(Bob Dylan in Sign on the window)
Brussel (B)

A frightened face in the grey wall


“You need not be frightened,
For Satan’s not there.
He lurks around poverty;
He lurks around gold;
He’s always on duty
Seeking a soul.”

(J.E. McGirt from Avenging the Maine, a Drunken A.B. and Other Poems)
Nerem (B)

Still dreaming, still cold


“You left me standing out in the cold
People ask about you, I didn’t tell them everything I knew
Well, I’m trying to get closer but I’m still a million miles from you.”

(Bob Dylan in Million miles)
Liège (B)