Posts Tagged: Voyage

It was no summer progress

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It was no summer progress.
A cold coming they had of it at this time of the year,
just the worst time of the year to take a journey,
and specially a long journey.
The ways deep,
the weather sharp,
the days short,
the sun farthest off (...)

Lancelot Andrewes Works, Sermons, Volume One

SERMON OF THE NATIVITY.
PREACHED UPON CHRISTMAS-DAY, 1622.
before King James, at Whitehall.
Transcribed by Dr Marianne Dorman

Night journey

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Porthole mirror

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Pour réussir Phileas Fogg ne doit pas perdre une minute

Pour réussir Phileas Fogg ne doit pas perdre une minute.

Le tour du Monde en 80 jours JULES VERNE

Do you know where you are going to?

“Theme From Mahogany (Do You Know Where You’re Going To)”

Link to the song at the end of the text

Do you know where you're going to
Do you like the things that life is showing you
Where are you going to
Do you know

Do you get
What you're hoping for
When you look behind you
There's no open doors
What are you hoping for
Do you know

Once we were standing still in time
Chasing the fantasies
That filled our minds
You knew how I loved you
But my spirit was free
Laughin' at the questions
That you once asked of me

Do you know where you're going to
Do you like the things that life is showing you
Where are you going to
Do you know

Now looking back at all we've planned
We let so many dreams
Just slip through our hands
Why must we wait so long
Before we'll see
How sad the answers
To those questions can be

Do you know where you're going to
Do you like the things that life is showing you
Where are you going to
Do you know

Do you get
What you're hoping for
When you look behind you
There's no open doors
What are you hoping for
Do you know

La mer

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Pavilhão

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Lisboa

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Gratulerer 17 mai

Antonine Maillet et le retour des réfugiés / 1ere et 2 eme parties

Le retour de réfugiés que ce soit en 1755 en Acadie où au XXe siècle est douloureux et merveilleux. Il est le rêve de tous ceux qui ont dû quitter leurs racines, leurs maisons, leur terre.
Antonine Maillet, qui a non seulement hérité de l'amour d'une terre mais de l'amour d'une langue et du talent de conteur/conteuse, nous donne par la seule force des mots toutes les souffrances, tous les espoirs toutes les joies d'un peuple qui rentre au pays.