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Posts in Category: Landscapes

We are already on our way to the hotel

“It’s been nice seeing you, you read me like a book
If you ever want to reach me, you know where to look
Baby, I’ll be at the same hotel”

(Bob Dylan in Under your spell)
Herstal (B)

Were petrol prices too high here?

“So tell us will you oil companies
Tell us why
You jacked up the prices again
And we shall watch the pigs fly
Soon we shall all just walk or run
Because petrol prices will just be too high.”

(A. Steble in Petrol)
Huy (B)

I’m in the mood for you

“Sometimes I’m in the mood, I wanna leave my lonesome home
And sometimes I’m in the mood, I wanna hear my milk cow moan
And sometimes I’m in the mood, I wanna hit that highway road
But then again, but then again, I said oh, I said oh, I said
Oh babe, I’m in the mood for you”

(Bob Dylan in Baby, I’m in the mood for you)
Huy (B)

How touching is half a donkey?

How touching is half a donkey

“When I see a donkey I wonder why
There`s a lump in my throat and a tear in my eye. 
Is it perhaps because I see
A being that’s so much like me.”

(T. Holm in The donkey)
Huy (B)

The iron snake in a summer’s sun

"Sweet is the swamp with its secrets,
Until we meet a snake;
'T is then we sigh for houses,
And our departure take
At that enthralling gallop
That only childhood knows.
A snake is summer's treason,
And guile is where it goes."

(E. Dickinson, no title)
Maasmechelen (B)