Monday, September 6, 2010

poesia




The graffiti translates to, "the poet is you, reading this"

17 comments:

  1. “I am not a poet,
    I am an instant verse,
    written on the wall of a prison and on a small bench
    […]”

    A really nice song by Nikos Papazoglou

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  2. Only in Italy will you find such kind graffiti. LOL. I love it though - a great way of flattering people's ego I think.

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  3. Ah, a hidden talent waiting to be discovered.

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  4. What a wonderful chance shot Elenora! That should be made large and hung in your home. I love it!

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  5. Don't you love the smart taggers in the world! :)

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  6. The poet may be me, but the artist is Eleonora, her "brush" is her camera.

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  7. Θάνος ~ I'm not familiar with that songwriter, the phrase is lovely.
    Loree~ Yeah, generous ego-feed :)
    IstanbulDaily~ Thank you!
    CChuck~ And to you too, friend.
    Rosaria~ Indeed! I like the handwriting too.
    Randy~ You can do that now, you know. Just choose the size, paper and finish! Click on the Buy Print button under any photo.
    Coffee&aBookChick~ I found this one to be quite clever.
    Jeff~ Grazie, you flatter me!

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  8. I understood everything except the word 'tu'. Glad you tranlated it! :-) Great composition!

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  9. Poetic justice, the photographer photographing a photographer.

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  10. JM~ Ha ha, is that not the same in Portuguese? Or is it vòs? I love languages!
    Rob~ And maybe he was photographing a photographer too! :)

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  11. It's a good one, good enough for October's theme day. But I'm glad you used it today.

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  12. Petrea~ I keep forgetting about Theme Day! Oh well.. Thank you for your words.

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  13. Beautiful!!!
    With All Best Wishes..

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  14. I'm used to this kind of graffiti, but this is quite funny. I'd be curious to know the subject of our photographer!

    (A presto...)

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  15. What a delightful capture! Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the weekend.

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~Eleonora

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