Tiffany’s Girl

“I don’t want to own anything until I find a place where me and things go together. I’m not sure where that is but I know what it is like. It’s like Tiffany’s.”   There has always been this type of girls… no matter where and what year we live in. Smart, clever, stupid girls… Continue reading Tiffany’s Girl

Lisbon, Portugal

Where you cross paths with magic

There is a part of Lisbon which was what we could now call “Lisbon bohema” – Mouraria. Full of narrow streets, old taverns, hidden spots… home to many artists. Also a place where nearly mythical Maria Severa once lived. There are many stories and legends about her. Some more and some less real, but what… Continue reading Where you cross paths with magic

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon – my poetry

In his romance “Quantas madrugadas tem a noite” (“How many dawns has the night”), Ndalu de Almeida, a writer from Angola, writing under the pen name Ondjaki beautifully said: “…you do not look for poetry like you look for a diamond, you find it, as you find a rainbow…” In life, we look for many… Continue reading Lisbon – my poetry