Saturday, September 29, 2012

Take a moment in time. Paris tu me manques.




I realize I haven't posted in a little while. Life has been a little hectic. I'd share with you that now after graduation I have so many ideas floating in my mind. One of which always in the back of my mind is to leave it all, grab a plane and live in France. Never look back and see where luck takes us.

So, here I'll share with you one of my favorite songs about 'le vielle Parii'.


Thursday, September 13, 2012

Iron Spirit & times of tears



I will miss you Paris
I always have
Even when I hadn't met you
I knew I would miss you
I knew how much I would love you
Because there is a mystisim
And a charm
About you
Because there is a subtle glow about you
That fits with me
There is a timeless fashion
A classic look
Paris
I promise to come back
For u have inprinted in me
A desire to see you
Walk each boulevard where so many legends
Have lived and died
And laughed and cried
Where stories are made
Books written
Fortunes accumulated
And debauchered
Land of kngs
And queens
Of balls and castles and wars
That have left legacy for all its children
Paris daughter of France
Of the revolution
Bearer of the Marsailliese
Oh grand city of lights
I love you


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Sunday, September 2, 2012

The Paris Moment: Une Photo Personelle.


We all have it the Paris Moment. Be it on your first visit or your 40th. There is a moment when the city captivates your heart. A moment when you realize everything that was said about it falls short, that your would move here an instant and you want that moment to last forever.
My Paris moment was walking along Le Jardin de Tuilleries on a bleak september day a year ago, the wind was a bit harsh, the stores were still closed and I had wandered unknowingly into this historic garden that was under renovation, well all of Paris was that late summer. 
And then I looked up suddenly and there it was the the magic moment. The classic castle, the backside of the Louvre peaked out, and it was real. It was within my reach, I took my camera to eye level, or I might have kneeled to take the picture. And I captured that moment. 
Paris Je t'aime!