Paris : PhotoPoem # 8 : “Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

Slumming in Paris Part Eight v2 medParis PhotoPoems Series, #8 “Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

Pictured Left : Slumming in Paris Part 8, With the Children: Ben Franklin, a Manifestation, and Love

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Paris : PhotoPoem # 8 :

“Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

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Plaque, Treaty Recognizing American Independence

Plack, Treaty Recognizing American Independence
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

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on a rainy dreary day, we found a note of sunshine, a place noted in our “lonely planet” book guide that’s provided us with much guidance and ideas :

the location where britain signed the treaty of paris recognizing american independence

all kinds of famous guys like benjamin franklin et al were there 😉 and i’ve provided a few suggested links below for more info on the treaty and war for independence

it was worth the trip 😉

the hotel next door, the guide book also told us, is where hemingway first stayed  in paris

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Plaque at Former Hotel L'York, 56 rue Jacob

Plaque at Former Hotel d’ York, 56 rue Jacob
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

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“A Remembered Reality”

paris

remembered

as we see it in reality

is a paris made

new in our

hearts

with bits of pastries

sips of wines and other

countries’ drinks of preference

with pastas tacos fajitas and sushi

with statues hung with golden

holiday wreaths and holding

cups of once hot coffee

with

vistas of the eiffel tower

unexpectedly

visible

across christmas trees

and

open gardens planted for

italian princesses married french

paris is a remembered feast

moveable

where the buses stop for protestors

and it’s warmer outside in the

winter

under heat lamps outside

on the terrace

yes

i’ll remember her well

broad avenues with slim arms

of tiny streets

where

birds know to merely walk aside

and fly

only to catch the ships streaming along the quais

yes, paris, yes

© 2012 felipe adan lerma

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linked to dVersePoets Prompt # 74 hosted by grace (aka heaven)

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American Independence

Treaty of Paris, 1783

Links

http://www.academicamerican.com/revolution/topics/amrevolution1778_83.html

timeline & aspects of the war in the South & West, battle at Yorktown & benefit of French alliance

“The American Revolution 1778-1783”

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Paris_(1783)

“The treaty document was signed at the Hotel d’ York – which is now 56 Rue Jacob…”

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http://faculty.washington.edu/qtaylor/a_us_history/am_rev_timeline.htm

extensive timeline, including mention of Treaty of Amity and Commerce and a Treaty of Alliance

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Alliance_(1778)

short interesting history of military alliance and what happened up through 1800

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Site of Signing of Recognition of American Independece by England in Paris

Site of Signing of Recognition of American Independece by England in Paris
Photography © Felipe Adan Lerma

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Paris, We’re Leaving, Sorta 😉

how can i say goodbye to paris?

though i don’t know and can’t say when and if i will be back, it will forever pull me to come back to this beautiful city

thus the post’s title, until i see you again 😉 au revoir!

best wishes – meilleurs vœux!

adan

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Paris PhotoPoem Posts

Paris : PhotoPoem # 1 : “Paris, a View from Starbucks”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 2 : “At the Quai of Notre Dame”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 3 : “Big Treats on Little Streets”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 4 : “Music at Shakespeare & Company”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 5 : “The Tuileries” With Photo-Essay

Paris : PhotoPoem # 6 : “Monet & Renoir at the Orangerie, Paris”

Paris : PhotoPoem # 7 : “Luxembourg Gardens” With Photo-Essay

Paris : PhotoPoem # 8 : “Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

PhotoPoem: “Passages in Moments”

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namaste´- con dios – god be with you

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11 Responses to Paris : PhotoPoem # 8 : “Au Revoir Paris, Hellooo Paris in Memories”

  1. Lovely pictures and scents of the city in your words ~ I want to visit the city someday, thanks for sharing them ~

    Have a wonderful week ~

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  2. Sabio Lantz says:

    Gorgious poem — makes me want to visit again. My experience in my 20s was not good. But maybe me and Paris have changed.

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    • all things change, and based on your work i read now, it seems you’re in a good place now 😉

      besides, what happens in your 20s, stays in the 20s 😉 , ie, it’s a product and result of what we knew and felt then –

      often, for me, it was a passionate yet confusing time; old enough for many things, yet still looked on as “too young”

      if there’s a perfect age, it seems to me it must be a secret locked inside our hearts 😉

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  3. Beautiful thoughts and memories. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  4. brian miller says:

    smiles…jealous in claudia getting to meet you all yesterday…and i will pull your poem to my face and breath deep once more of paris until i can see her…..lovely magical view that you give sir…smiles.

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    • well hopefully, a few thousand miles later and a lucky chance here or there, we’ll finally get to meet up too, it would be a distinct pleasure for us 😉 thanks so much brian, ya’ll look to be a great tandem, no wonder dverse’s done so well!

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  5. claudia says:

    smiles…oh i can imagine how difficult it will be for the two of you to leave this wonderful city… yesterday evening after my appointment i was walking down the champs elysees..bathes in those lights and it was just magical…didn’t want to go…smiles…was lovely to meet you…say hi to sheila as well

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    • i will, thank you claudia

      yes aren’t the lights fantastically beautiful there! my favs were the blue globes that marked the break between the areas with the large department stores, and the huge line of little wood shops set up

      and our visit with you will always be one of our highlights, sheila thought the world of you 😉

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