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Posts Tagged: letterboxes

A desperate letterbox

A desperate letterbox

“Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him —
Tell him the page I didn’t write;
Tell him I only said the syntax,
And left the verb and the pronoun out.”

(E. Dickinson in The letter)
Herstal (B)

Red wall for #92

Red wall for #92

"Ihr lieben Mauern hold und traut,
Die ihr mich kühl umschließt,
Und silberglänzend niederschaut,
Wenn droben Vollmond ist!"

(J.G. Seidl in Am Fenster)
Grâce-Hollogne (B)

If dogs run free

If dogs run free

“If dogs run free, then what must be
Must be, and that is all
True love can make a blade of grass
Stand up straight and tall
In harmony with the cosmic sea
True love needs no company
It can cure the soul, it can make it whole
If dogs run free.”

(B. Dylan in If dogs run free)
Grace-Berleur (B)

A yearning letterbox

A yearning letterbox

“This is my letter to the world,
That never wrote to me, –
The simple news that nature told,
With tender majesty.

Her message is committed
To hands I cannot see;
For love of her, sweet countrymen,
Judge tenderly of me!”

(E. Dickinson in This is my letter to the world)
Liège-Bressoux (B)

A hole for talking and writing

“The walls of pride are high and wide
Can’t see over to the other side
It’s such a sad thing to see beauty decay
It’s sadder still to feel your heart torn away.”

(Bob Dylan in Cold Irons Bound)
Liège (B)