“alles van waarde is weerloos”

"alles van waarde is weerloos"

“alles van waarde is weerloos”

“alles van waarde is weerloos” is a quote from a poem by Lucebert. It means something like: ‘Everything of value is defenseless’ It used to be on top of the office of an insurance company; I don’t know if that is still the case; but I’m sure Lucebert didn’t have ‘property’ on his mind when he wrote it.

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11)

  1. Am loving this series. The sky in this image is what I call a ‘fish back’ sky – it means a change in the weather:)

    • I can see the fish-scales (?) πŸ™‚ and a change it will be.. Thank you!

  2. Lena said:

    Kind of sad that everything is being used for commersal and materialistic stuff. Like the photo though!

    • That this quote is ‘used’ on top of an office that makes money shows how defenseless valuable things can be… Nobody makes money from clouds.. 😏 Thanks, Lena.

      • Lena said:

        Ha ha ha! No, I got that one… and they (unfortunately) not grow on trees either.
        And I agree.

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