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Posts Tagged: houses

A painted house is like a poem

“In the end, a finished polished piece…
Makes the artist, happy and at peace.

The work is finally done…
What hard work, finished-Now 
feelings of enjoyed fun.”

(M. Gale in A painted house is like a poem)
Châtelet (B)

The inflatable house


”“What kind of house is this,” he said
“Where I have come to roam?”
“It’s not a house,” said Judas Priest
“It’s not a house . . . it’s a home””

(Bob Dylan in The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest)
Liège (B)

When the postman has forgotten to ring twice

"Eight o'clock;
The postman's knock!
Five letters for Papa;
  One for Lou,
  And none for you,
And three for dear Mamma."

(Ch.G. Rossetti in Sing-song: a nursery rhyme book)
Ivoz-Ramet (B)

The courage to build modern


Seraing (B)

Red is my wall


“I always saw, I always said
If I were grown and free,
I’d have a gown of reddest red
As fine as you could see …”

(D. Parker in The red dress)
Gosselies (B)