Thursday, November 3, 2011

Un poème sur le mur






No matter how often I walk familiar streets in Paris, I always seem to find new delights such as this poem with artwork on the side of this building as we neared the Panthéon.

UPDATE: Merci to Clever Pup who provided the street...rue Décartes.  She also posted this wall on her great blog Smartypants Goes to France !

17 comments:

martinealison said...

Une photo qui me plaît... merci de nous faire découvrir cette façade qui met à l'honneur les arbres que j'affectionne tant! Une belle oeuvre.
Ce poème est délicieux... à chacun de s'en souvenir...
gros bisous

Malyss said...

there should be more poetry on walls, the world would be prettier...

ALAIN said...

Un joli poeme sur les arbres des villes.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

This is one of the million reasons why:

L LOVE PARIS.

Anita

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

Another reason to go back to Paris....I missed this site to when roaming around near the Panthéon. I love street art. Warm wishes.

Leif Hagen said...

A delightful discovery indeed! So many fun things one sees when out and about on foot in Paris!

Daryl said...

Fabulous

The Clever Pup said...

Great minds... I posted this one last week!

Roseann said...

In my poorly understood French, I understand enough to make me like this poem.

Ce poème est délicieux-martinealison is right!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You must have been thrilled with this find Virginia.

Alexa said...
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Alexa said...

And I came SO close to posting this exact thing today
(for the Thursday Challenge; theme is "creative"). I love that we appreciate the same things, V—like Paris, for instance!! :~}

Starman said...

Amazingly, stuff like this has begun to appear around Fort La-de-da.

paris-inspired.com said...

I'm going to have to make an effort to find this soon! Thanks for sharing.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Virginia,

Love this idea, how neat to see the Artwork and poem on the wall.
So much to see in Paris and I want to go back there again.

Happy day
Hugs
Carolyn

Harriet said...

What a great find!

helen tilston said...

So beautiful to stumble upon such words. The famous writers, Joyce and Oscar Wilde, Hemmingway etc.etc. and so many more would be proud to see that words are valued
Helen xx