I will hold your hand.Maybe the first night we meet in a quick and firm handshake.Or years and years later when we walk down a familiar street.Maybe in the back of a cab in the Lower East Side.The aisles of the old antique shops, trying to stay connected even though our path narrows. I will hold your hand each night.Gazing at its skin, casing your muscle and bone.I will know the rough calluses you got from years of routine.I will memorize the knuckles and document them in my memory. I will hold
Men are often capable of greater things than they perform. They are sent into the world with bills of credit, and seldom draw to their full extent. -Horace Walpole, novelist and essayist (1717-1797) ( photo : The Waterfall by Christian Maier)
(Καρυάτις[Kariatis]=in greek it means daughter(kori->κόρη)a word given from an old city in Sparta. Actually she's not alone her sisters are in Greece!and yes after Elgin stole her with SO MANY other pieces of our Parthenon in Acropolis and renamed them(WHAT?) as Elgin Marbles(NO!),we STILL WANT THEM BACK!give that answer to your prime minister.thank you very much!