Wednesday, January 14, 2009

It was so Cold

The horses on the carousel refused to budge.
Notes of music froze and
shattered with prismatic finality...
The mimes couldn't change their expressions.
When a bread truck overturned and
baguettes were suspended in mid-air
pigeons were afraid to leave their roosts for the feast.

From It Was So Cold
by Whitman McGowan
Paris, February 1986

Photos courtesy of
Nina - &


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