Thursday, March 5, 2009

Edgar Allan Poe quote

"By the dim light of an accidental lamp, tall, antique, worm-eaten, wooden tenements were seen tottering to their fall, in directions so many and capricious, that scarce the semblance of a passage was discernible between them."

- from "The Man of the Crowd"

1 comment:

USA_Admiral said...

Portends the future?

Very adequate.