Category Archives: Literature

Lorsque l’un part, et l’autre reste…

Un regard perdu, Digital and mixed media, M. Paris, Passy, 2012   Charlotte Gainsbourg: L’un part, l’autre reste Ont-ils oublié leurs promesses? Au moindre rire, au moindre geste Les grands amours n’ont plus d’adresse Quand l’un s’en va et l’autre … Continue reading

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The 5th ANNIVERSARY…

It’s been five years since this blog was created. Thank you for being a part of it!  Without the readers’ support and feedback, we would have never made it. Five long years… several design reshape actions, numerous ideas, pics, suggestions, … Continue reading

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Une allégorie de la création poétique…

“J’ai embrassé l’aube d’été. Rien ne bougeait encore au front des palais. L’eau était morte. Les camps d’ombres ne quittaient pas la route du bois. J’ai marché, réveillant les haleines vives et tièdes, et les pierreries regardèrent, et les ailes se levèrent … Continue reading

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Paris… interpreted by E. Hemingway

“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” Ernest Hemingway “But Paris was a … Continue reading

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1 LIVRE – 1 REFLEXION: A. Makine “Cette France qu’on oublie d’aimer”

Andreï Makine: Cette France qu’on oublie d’aimer, Flammarion Andreï Makine est le seul écrivain français de cette dimension dont le russe est la langue maternelle, ou le seul Russe de cette dimension qui soit un écrivain français. « Si vous … Continue reading

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Cafe de Flore, Paris, France

Do you like this mythical Parisian cafe? Founded in 1880s, this unique place remained the favorite “lieu de rencontre” for generations of Parisians. Often frequented by writers, philosophers, artists in the past, for several past decades – this wonderful Parisian … Continue reading

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Aimez vous… Georges Moustaki? (7)

Méditerranéen (Areski Belkacem / Georges Moustaki) Méditerranéen, garanti d’origine Sans pays, sans racine, sans langage précis. Méditerranéen d’un peu toutes les rives Sans frontière fictive, de partout et d’ici. Méditerranéen, même quand je suis loin d’Alexandrie. Méditerranéen de la tête … Continue reading

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