curious, enjoy the corridors of a museum
as much as concerts, (as long as it's not
too big of a crowd), as much as the shade of a tree.
I don't mind getting rained on, from time to time,
so I habitually ignore cabbies' incessant honking for a fare,
failing as they do to get my attention.
Dual-citizenship and wouldn't dismiss moving back to France one day.
Easily moved by
A chameleon, of sorts
a transparent agenda
Able to dance,
Make generous allowance for,
your inner child to shine,
and be silly from time to time.
to stifle a giggle
at a baptism,
Use the bicycle
you may own
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your care for theenmenthemaswell ....
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merci so fukkkin beaucoup for your kinship ....
and see you at Oure Ende ...
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I recently returned from a beautiful trip to that little far-away state named Oklahoma.Thu, January 18, 2007 - 6:21 PM permalink - 3 comments
I've heard it called captivating, haunted, and neighborly. Everyone says hello there
and all are fretful they may not have the opportunity to convey a kindness before
you take leave. One sees this from the grocery store clerk, postman, and the affability
of the officer handing you a traffic ticket.
My natural father's family is from there and Chicago aside, (my other American home)
I came from an idyllic childhood in Normandy. Oklahoma was always a sublime place
to rest one's bones. My last visit there, this past week, was full of hope, fellowship and
kindness. I wish all places were like this. And despite or perhaps, because of the combined
savagery of the storm and its resulting graceful beauty of an ice-laden land, it reminds me of
the symmetry that exists most everyplace, if one is in accord to the spirit around them.
Peace and enjoy some of the storm pics I have posted on my profile. ~ Patrick