Posts Tagged: bridges

Some red spots in a dry emptiness


“Here is no water but only rock
Rock and no water and the sandy road
The road winding above among the mountains
Which are mountains of rock without water
If there were water we could stop and drink …”

(T.S. Eliot in The Waste Land)
Namur (B)

Bridge under troubled clouds


“The shadow of the coming rain is on the sands,
and the clouds hang low upon the blue lines of the trees
like the heavy hair above your eyebrows.
I know well the rhythm of your steps,
they are beating in my heart.”

(R. Tagore from The gardener)
Gosselies (B)

The bridge of darkness


“Father of night, Father of day

Father, who taketh the darkness away
Father, who teacheth the bird to fly
Builder of rainbows up in the sky
Father of loneliness and pain
Father of love and Father of rain”

(Bob Dylan in Father of Night)
Namur (B)

In the distance the children are playing


“Let us go dance and play,

And look for violets in the lane,
And ramble far away
To gather primroses,
That in the woodland grow,
And hunt for oxslips, or if yet
The blades of blue bells show …”

(R.S. Bridges in A child’s hymn)
Liège (B)

Sometimes a train can pass above the roofs


Liège (B)

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