Category Archives: Paris

I am Curious, Yellow

My Hungarian friend Zsuzsi put it best. It was dusk in Springtime, or snowy in the autumn, and we approached the Pont Neuf, the ancient Paris bridge that Tom Coryat saw when he was here. “We could kiss,” she said, … Continue reading

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Fonda’s Marais

Jane Fonda’s France is not normal. The American actor first came here at nineteen, staying at a villa her father, Henry, had rented near Villefrance in the south. There she met the Agnellis, Jacqueline Ribes, Princess Monica Gircona, and brother … Continue reading

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Written after the lightning…

…which wiped even the wifi out. This is another fi-fish, 48 hours later. “The unexpected encounter is a crucial theme within surrealism…” Mark Polizzotti Man, that inveterate dreamer, daily more discontent with his destiny, has trouble assessing the objects he … Continue reading

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See Paris, just about

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Juliette Greco – Sous Le Ciel De Paris

Inspiration as I plan… …all that is missing is Miles So here he is.

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