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An open storage

“Funny, how the things you have the hardest time parting with
Are the things you need the least”

(Bob Dylan in Lonesome day blues)
Colfontaine (B)

Colourful meeting at a former mining site


“Black as coal they fell to their knees
For no one could hear their pleas
They wheezed and wheezed until no more
For the air they breathed was poor.”

(M. Moise in Ode to the miners)
Colfontaine (B)

Our little shopping district

"We had a nice little shopping district,
but the anger boiled over in the ‘60s.
Some young fools and Panthers tore up MacDonald,
the flames gutting doorways and dreams.
But no Phoenix arose here; we just sank deeper into the mud."

(M. Abel in Lonnie (Richmond))
Honnelles (B)

Snack Sainte Odile

“Rhythms touching and emanating visions of life that 
used to bring happiness into being.

Now no more does it happen, as I walk down darkened
and abandoned highways leaving me stranded on a corner
of emptiness.”

(RoseAnn Shawiak in Stranded on a corner)
Elouges (B)

Talking in empty spaces

“What shall we use to fill the empty
Spaces where we used to talk
How shall I fill the final places
How shall I complete the wall”

(Pink Floyd in Empty spaces)
Elouges (B)