Bohemian Hideaway

Bohemian Hideaway

A Chapter by Norma M Sutton

Team Renfield

In a world of 9 to 5's the Hideaway stands alone
Gothic houses silloutte the sky standing lonely together
At each street you will meet someone famous of which you've dreamed.

Claude Monet meets Jeanne d'Arc
Louis Braille tips his hat to Louis Pasteur
Marie and Pierree Curie smile as you pass
While William, Conqueror still, battles wits with Neapoleon

Passing each and following along
The scent of coffee long and strong
Drooling over cheese and chevre
Late we break our morning fast

Watching the sun shining highly in the sky
Later we toast with clinking glasses under twilight's shadows
All the while watching newcomers explore our beautiful town

Bohemian Hideaway

© 2010 Norma M Sutton

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When I was young. I roamed Europe for three years. I loved those old cities and coffee shops. The bakeries making fresh product took you back when men would talk and dream. The poem is amazing. You took me back to old Guesthhouses and Youth Hostel where stories were many and we shared our wine. A excellent poem,

Posted 10 Years Ago

The spirits of the past are alive and well and fill the present with flavor and zest.

Posted 10 Years Ago

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. wow ! ... what a town ! ... what a getaway ! ... what a retreat ! ...

Posted 10 Years Ago

Adding to list of places to go... Awesome place, clever poem. Renfieldians unite!

Posted 10 Years Ago

Ooh clever, clever...

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Added on November 24, 2010
Last Updated on December 9, 2010


Norma M Sutton
Norma M Sutton

Bostic, NC

Norma Moore Sutton has written and published two children's books: The First Lamb and Harry Goes To The Fair She has written and published the first book in the Haunting Memories Series: Matthe.. more..


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