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VI Imperfect haiku, starts off quite well but ends one syllable short. VIII A semi-colon in a place where it really; has no place to be.

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IX Reality show contestant on a journey back home to Skegness. XI The forlorn pathos of an abandoned crossword in a bin in Fife. XII A bag of Quavers, offering cheesy comfort but steeped in staleness.


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Share this: Twitter Facebook More Tumblr. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Great image standing in the ambulatory, looking up through one of the arches, looking up into the vault. Have you ever tried to steal an unconventional peek inside a cathedral or museum? See things from a different perspective, literally.

This would be a view from the North ambulatory. You can see the North Rose Window and the stained glass windows of the north aisle. One lesson I learned from our visit to France: always look up. The ceilings, the vaults are often overlooked and are simply magnificent. A work of art in their own right. Just think of all the forces that keep them together. Right above your head. On each side of the vault notice the isle, above it the galley with windows as well and above the clerestory windows. What a beautiful elevation. Did you know that your entry in the Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris, is blessed by this Angel placed atop the entry doors?

Hear their prayers, see their hearts. Notre Dame Angel , a haiku by Patricia Furstenberg.

It has been often renovated over the years but it still contained pipes from the Middle Ages before the April fire. Christ on cross-great bronze crucifix was a gift from Napoleon III.

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He was 45 years old, she was 23 and would not succumb to his charms without a marriage. A painted wood sculpture in scenes from the life of Christ, the risen Christ appears to the holy women, Wood painted panel inside Notre Dame Cathedral. So much dedication and work goes in a sculpture. Dare I compare it to the work that it is poured inside a novel? Embedded in the stone and concrete outside the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris is this geographic marker.

It is used to measure all distances away from Paris. It is Paris Point Zero.

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A useful detailed floor plan of Notre Dame Cathedral, source Wikipedia. When visiting a monument or a museum having a detailed floor plan is an excellent idea. In older versions of the song the twelve drummers drumming were lords a-leaping, bells ringing, fiddlers a-fiddling. It seems that the first drums were introduced to Europe during the Crusades, brought back from the Holy Land; they were Egyptian and Sumerians.

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I hope you will enjoy the 12 Days of Christmas haiku; there will be published one each day starting on Christmas Day. Subscribe to my newsletter to never miss a blog post. You can enjoy more haiku on this page of my website. Find all my book on Amazon. The pipers piping might be a remembrance of the shepherds siting by the fire the night Jesus was born and, most probably, playing their pipes. Later bagpipes were used by musicians and became a symbol associated with Scottish fighters and soldiers. The french bagpipe was called musette and was played by the upper class during 17thth centuries only to be picked up by rural people later on.

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Eight days after Christmas and throughout January the Christian world celebrates the naming of baby Jesus. Another explanation would be that leaping was used before a battle to raise the morale. Men a leaping could also symbolize the Morris dancers that performed between courses during a Christmas feast. More Poems with Analysis of Form and Technique. Ice Cream By Toasty T. Fella Pellegrino.

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