Old Man With Cane (ירושלים)

“The truth is I’m getting old, I said. We already are old, she said with a sigh. What happens is that you don’t feel it on the inside, but from the outside everybody can see it.”
― Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Memories of My Melancholy Whores

10 thoughts on “Old Man With Cane (ירושלים)

  1. I love your Jerusalem pictures. I wish, when I lived there, that I’d had a camera — but I didn’t. Your pictures bring back so many memories. Mostly good ones. I dream of Jerusalem. Often. And oddly, in Hebrew. Even though I’ve forgotten (mostly) how to speak it, somewhere back in my brain, I remember.

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