Resurrection of 1666...
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Trains Don't Stop On Premises...
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Amigo, unfortunately we don't know too much about exact date of Ghengis' birth, yet it's well known that it happened on Friday 13 in 1162. You were also, as usually, very forsighted when commented on sweeping nature of those underground trains. One of them did swept Ghengis therefore he could not be found anywhere except on the infamous wall of fame
Hello O Most Evil One. A Very intriguing photo indeed. A deep red, almost passionate, wharped sign prompting a warming. Sort of reminiscent of the warning in the poem Kublah Khan:
That with music loud and long,
I would build that dome in air,
That sunny dome ! those caves of ice !
And all who heard should see them there,
And all should cry, Beware ! Beware !
His flashing eyes, his floating hair !
Weave a circle round him thrice,
And close your eyes with holy dread,
For he on honey-dew hath fed,
And drunk the milk of Paradise.
Which brings us to the date, 1162. Now I am not sure of the significance of Friday the 13th (except that it may be your way pointing to the dreaded significance of the year) but this was the birth year of Kubla's grandfather... Ghengis Kahn.... such an incredibly important figure in 1666. And to warn of trains when trains stop on the pemises makes for me a "twighligh zone" moment. What kind of train must we fear... it is the train that just sweeps us up without stopping.... that transports us away from that "sunny pleasure dome" of Kubla Khan.. that brings us ever closer and closer towards resurrection in 1666. Of course, there are times in I can remember in Brooklyn, where the underground trains, in 1966, the subways, would, on very hot and sweaty days, take folks on an odorous ride that would in some ways compare to the wild and wicked 1666 trip. Oy, Michael.
Where do they stop??? anywhere ????
Not a reliable service then? Nice distortion
thats good...so there will be no noise....:)