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A long time ago I drank Jupiler here


“If you read a poem

After drinking three bottles of beer
And can’t understand a word,
Well whose fault is that?”

(A. Thorne in After Three Bottles Of Beer)
Genk (B)

Cooling down that shopping


“I saw with open eyes

Singing birds sweet
Sold in the shops
For the people to eat,
Sold in the shops of
Stupidity Street.

I saw in vision
The worm in the wheat,
And in the shops nothing
For people to eat;
Nothing for sale in
Stupidity Street.”

(R. Hodgson in Stupidity Street)
Brussels region (B)

Greetings from Charleroi


At the Sambre in Charleroi (B)

Solar energy meets past cooling


“So gleams the past, the light of other days,
Which shines, but warms not with its powerless rays;
A nightbeam Sorrow watcheth to behold,
Distinct, but distant – clear – but, oh how cold!”

(Lord Byron from Hebrew melodies no. 24)
Roux (B)

A protecting veil

A protecting veil

“Who lifteth the veil of what is to come?
Who painteth the shadows that are beneath
The wide-winding caves of the peopled tomb?
Or uniteth the hopes of what shall be
With the fears and the love for that which we see?

(P.B. Shelley in On death)
Balen (B)

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