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  77.     

In A Paris State Of Mind

It was the Paris feeling of it all
assaulting my senses
as I slumbered and dreamed
on imagined European time

White noise buzzed
with sophisticated speak
clicking on cobblestone
to Chanel boutique snobbery

As the Eiffel Tower loomed large
drenching the city in warmed light
my dreams paused, to images of home
longing for Lady Liberty, a fine french gift

Scents of the city of lights cling tightly
lavender, roses and mint leaves
hurry me back to my imagined luxury
dreaming of the Hotel Le Bristol Paris

The french sandman sprinkles gold dust
here in no man's land, dream world central
still safe and sound in my trance
the time ticks and I continue to float

I notice the pace of the country
no rat race rules, or impossible schedules
they march to a different beat
cafe's, wine, and enjoying life

As I begin to slowly wake
and find my way through this foggy haze
my final image of Paris in my dream
is a speeding car, hitting the thirteenth pillar
in the Alma tunnel.

Some things are never forgotten.
 
Robin Bennett

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  78.     

Reverse Is The Case

I shall make thee my Romeo and shall be thy Juliet
And nothing like Paris shall come in ‘twixt us this time
I will destroy thousands of young men named Paris
And unite both houses of Montague and Capulet with love
Then will have William Shakespeare write a play called 'reverse is the case'
Therefore thou shall be my Helen and I shall be thy Paris
For there will be no Agamemnon come between us amore
And I shall destroy thousands of Menelaus with Hector's sword
Wherefore will have Homer's epic Iliad altered for once
I shall be more fairer than fair Helen when she lived
Whose admired worth made Greece with ten years of wars afflict poor Troy
And shall launch ten thousands of admiration and love
With which ten thousand years men shall serve thee for thy daughters' sake
Then will have Hera and Athena themselves withdraw like the stars ashamed in
comparisonwith You, my Aphrodisiac beauty.
 
LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS

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  79.     

Tatooed Lovers

Hey Babe
How can we forget?
Those paradise days
In the city of Paris!

Seine river cruising
Eiffel tower dinner
Shows after shows!

Le Moulin Rouge
Le Crazy Horse
Le Crazy Girls
Le Femme
Le Lido de Paris
Le Paradis Latin
The great Parisian shows!

We were happy
L'Open Hope –on
Hop-off Tour
The Louvre Museum
Mona Lisa
The 'Arc de Triomphe'
Avenue des Champs-Elysées

Place de la Concorde
Sacre Coeur Basilica
Notre Dame Cathedral
Centre Georges Pompidou!

Going to La Defense
Versailles
Having Champagne
At Champagne

Hi Babe
How can we forget Paris?
The tattoo lovers we knew
They lived and danced
Above the studio
Where we lived! .....
 
kp. shashidharan

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  80.     

Schizophrénie Algérien

</>Les Mots de
Madame Seloua
Luste Boulbina

(Quoted from lrafricain.blog4ever.com/.../lire-article-172272-84...L)
En Algérie
il n'y a pas
d'institution
équitable et
impartiale
arbitrant
les conflits
de la société
civile

Rien ne peut
se régler autour
d'un bien
commun

Un mot
qui revient
souvent
chez les
Algériens
c'est la
schizophrénie

Jaloux de leur
souveraineté
les dirigeants
algériens
ont importé
une langue
officielle -
l'arabe -
qui a été
préférée
à la langue
officielle
subie (le
français)

Or l'arabe
est étrangère
à l'algérien
de la rue

Mais comme
c'est un symbole
de souveraineté
ou de ce qu'on
croit tel
on préfère
vivre dans
cette
schizophrénie


Philosophie politique en Afrique contemporaine: Etat des lieux - Le...
lrafricain.blog4ever.com/.../lire-article-172272-84...La lutte politique
en Algérie s'est faite par la guerre....
La philosophie politique africaine et ses développements
contemporains
CSPRP – Paris Diderot / CNRS Nancy 2
Vendredi 20 juin 2008
Notes prises par Laurent Ladouce

Le Centre de sociologie des pratiques et des représentations
politiques (CSPRP - www.csprp.univ-paris-diderot.fr) est une
équipe d'accueil pour des chercheurs, des doctorants et des
post-doctorants français et étrangers. Le CSPRP organisait
le vendredi 20 juin un colloque à Paris VII, en coopération
avec le CNRS de Nancy 2 sur le thème «La philosophie
politique africaine».
 
Margaret Alice Second

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