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Posts Tagged: demolition

The poetry of the theater of renovation

"J’ai bâti dans ma fantaisie
Un théâtre aux décors divers:
- Magiques palais, grands bois verts 
Pour y jouer ma poésie."

(Ch. Cross in Sonnet)
Charleroi-Marcinelle (B)

The wall as a wave


“The iron hand it ain’t no match for the iron rod
The strongest wall will crumble and fall to a mighty God …”

(Bob Dylan in When he returns)
Rocourt (B)

Who’s talking about a shelter


“Love is not all: it is not meat nor drink
Nor slumber nor a roof against the rain;
Nor yet a floating spar to men that sink
And rise and sink and rise and sink again …”

(E. St. Vincent Millay in Sonnet XXX)
Poulseur (B)

La solution ECO


“Oh the time will come up
When the winds will stop
And the breeze will cease to be breathin’
Like the stillness in the wind
’Fore the hurricane begins
The hour when the ship comes in”

(Bob Dylan in When the ship comes in)
Charleroi (B)

The corner in green

The corner in green

“The grass is thick and cool, it lets us lie.
Kissed upon either cheek and either eye,
I turn to thee as some green afternoon
Turns toward sunset, and is loth to die;
Ah God, ah God, that day should be so soon.”

(A. Ch. Swinburne in In the orchard)
Verviers (B)