63 Comments1K Views
Kindly featured by:
Street of Sighs
Everyone has been there and will be there again.
I am certain that we will, though I cannot say just when.
All the young and all the old, the foolish and the wise,
we all have to walk on the street of sighs.
The healing power of Jesus can help, so people say.
I don't feel good this morning though I called him yesterday.
There seems to be some question as to when that power applies,
and till then we are walking on the street of sighs.
They've boarded up the bakery where I used to buy my bread,
I'm not sure what to do now or how I will be fed.
I cannot cook a thing myself though I've made many tries,
and I get hungry walking on the street of sighs.
They tell you to
Features: Black Sunset
Travel lights II by ~Dylouleethe shadow cast by *Inextremiss
Travel lights II by ~DylouleeFrolicking by *lomaticTravel lights II by ~Dyloulee
the shadow cast by *InextremissTravel lights II by ~Dylouleethe shadow cast by *Inextremiss
3236x3236px 11.23 MB
Canon EOS 50D
Jul 3, 2011, 7:55:09 AM
Decision,decision.But you're a pro photographer,you're like a cartographer of good spots.I mean you must know at least one not-so-shit bakery;where the bakers make similar standard quality rolls and not just knead mindlessly while drunk and on drugs?!
I do love Napoleon.
But not Robespierre who actually was the guillotine user.
Napoleon's motto was "open road for the good heads".
Robespierre's seemed to be "chop all the good heads off" - as potentially dangerous.
This one is so interesting! I love the contrasts of the two windows and the scrawled "Baeckerei" on the window made me realize what this place was at one time. You have such an eye for details--you find the most amazing, interesting subjects on places that most people would just pass by.Stimmt!