la caisse du mouton
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

but there's never a rose

Lost In The Harbour

Over here the ladies all want sweet perfume
But there's never a rose
And over the roses are frightened to bloom
So they never can grow

And over here they need wool
For weaving their baby's new clothes
But nobody has any wool
And the sheep are all lost in the harbour
Lost in the harbour

And over here they want diamonds to wear
But there aren't any here
And over there everyone's hiding their tears
But they're crying inside

And the wall won't come down
Till they're no longer afraid of themselves
And if you don't believe me ask yourselves
And then I can come down to the harbour
Down to the harbour

And then I will fill the ocean back up with my tears
I still have a couple more years
And then I can come back to the harbour
Down to the harbour
Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan

I'm sandra aka margarete ~

Uma árvore é uma obra de arte quando recriada em si mesma como conceito para ser metáfora.

Alberto Carneiro